What does the future hold for leaders?

We are in historic times, as much like the industrial revolution the new world of work has become an unavoidable reality. For some, this will be a daunting challenge, as the way we worked pre-pandemic is gone for good. The last two years have highlighted that some leaders and managers were ill equipped to deal with the challenges that the pandemic presented, and new ways of working have now emerged. While some thrived and flourished, others floundered. This highlights the fact that the new way of working requires new skills and mindsets to be developed by a significant cohort of the workforce.

Talent loss impacts an organisation on many levels.

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Resolving simmering conflict...

Resolving simmering conflict is important as we return to work.

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The no good, very bad negotiation strategies.

"Brexit and the no good, very bad negotiation strategies." by William Corless.

This article features in the Sunday Business Post Sunday 6th of October 2019.

Brexit and the Culture of Negotiations

Brexit and the Culture of Negotiations
by William Corless

One of the most important lessons we can take from culture is that culture is not about making differences, culture is about recognising differences. Due to the rise of social media and the fast pace of information being communicated, people are quick to make judgements based on assumptions being presented on a surface level without giving due cause to what informs people’s behaviour.

This article features in the Sunday Business Post on Sunday 26th of August 2018.

In the pursuit of excellence.

In the pursuit of excellence: The truth about receiving feedback by William Corless.

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The art of leadership is not the heroic image many of us have in our minds. It can’t be a one-size-fits-all because, put simply, leaders ultimately rely on their followers and no two followers are the same.

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"Creating a high impact towards your leadership legacy." - By William Corless

Published in The Sunday Business Post Sept. 24th 2017.