Leading Organisations

The five characteristics of successful global leaders

More and more companies find themselves transferring employees to international postings around the world. Here’s what the most successful…

How Sun Life makes learning last outside the classroom

Sun Life, the Canadian financial services juggernaut, has found the magic formula for helping its leaders to draw…

The CLO’s role in the learning environment of the future

Employees are learning on their own, independently of formal L&D programs. Here’s how you can meet them where…

Improve your leadership with six simple daily questions

Answering these six questions for yourself every day can help you reflect and develop as a leader and…

Leadership isn’t just strategy – it’s being human

Strategic savvy is meaningless if you don’t help your employees find a sense of meaning in their work….

Meet Michael Chavez, Duke CE’s new Chief Executive

Duke Corporate Education’s new CEO Michael Chavez tells Dialogue‘s Ben Walker about his approach to leadership for what’s…

How Nike uses design thinking to develop talent

Design isn’t just for products. Nike’s Andre Martin and Drew Fifield describe how the athletic goods juggernaut uses…

Javier Lamelas’s advice on marketing and management

Javier Sanchez Lamelas, erstwhile Coca-Cola marketing guru, knows that the secret to good marketing lies in emotion.  …

Lead by shattering paradigms

Duke Corporate Education’s recent Leading for What’s Next event brought top executives together to share their stories of…

CFO forecasts for the US economy

CFOs are generally optimistic about the performance of the US economy, a new survey shows. But these forecasted…

Leadership guru Charles Handy on the non-hierarchical future

Management expert Charles Handy encourages leaders to opt out of traditional hierarchical work structures.  Speaking from his peaceful…

Four secrets for taking your company global

Any company that genuinely wants to achieve sustainable global business growth must invest in emerging markets and understand…