Tag: Ethical Leadership

Charisma Work Out # 2: Personal impact check out

In any expert or leadership role you can’t rely entirely on what you know, or your status. We’re talking here about personal impact—what effect you have on others. This is sometimes called Charisma. We each have a supply of this, though the exact amount varies hugely from person to person. […]

When executives become Malware

“I see this as the most damaging event for our brand in the company’s 140-year history…I don’t think these problems can be overcome overnight.” The picture of Toshiba’s CEO making a ritual deep bow of contrition while cameras whirred and flashed has gone round the world. Hisao Tinaka resigned most […]

Millennials under stress—an ethical red flag?

Almost everyone these days suffers from some form of stress. A few psychologists even argue being human is to suffer stress. But then some of them will say anything for a headline. The real issue is the strong evidence of Millennials experiencing more than their fair share of stress. “They’re […]

Has technology corrupted leadership?

By Andre van Heerden Our dependency on technology keeps growing. Yet no one seems to understand or control it. This makes us feel powerless and victimised: “We find it more and more difficult to achieve a sense of continuity, permanence, or connection with the world around us.” The Culture of […]