Leadership

About Gordon Tredgold Gordon is a leading inspirational speaker helping a multitude of organisations for operational cost saving. He is the most sought after leader to turn around failing departments of multinational organisations and is the author of the book F.A.S.T, which was a finalist for the Management Book of the Year 2017. He’s also […]

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Celebrating our differences – talk with Debra Ruh About Debra Ruh Ruh Global Communications was founded by its CEO Debra Ruh in 2013. Her catalyst for starting RGC was her daughter, Sarah, born with Down syndrome. Debra has worked as a global inclusion strategist since 2001. Before she became an entrepreneur she was an executive […]

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The gig economy and coronavirus. There is a significant correlation between the two. With the declaration of Covid-19 outbreak as a pandemic by the World Health Organization,  salaried employees at companies across the country are shifting to work from home relatively with ease. But there are more than 50 million gig workers in the US […]

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There have always been jokes around work from home policies. Living in the age of memes, we can all agree we’ve seen a lot of funny ones that showed us, working from home is as good as not working. Just like this: But unfortunately or otherwise, we’re now in a fix. The world is working […]

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It’s Women’s day and we thought we could break some glass. Well, the occasion is to celebrate with a clink of glasses hopefully with champagne but also to tell you the story of how we broke the glass – the one in the ceiling Our pedigree, we pursued an education in subjects we were either […]

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Leaders have a lot of power and influence. And people follow the example of what leaders do more so than what they say. That’s why it’s important to cast the right shadow of leadership.Kathy Caprino, author of the upcoming book The Most Powerful You: 7 Bravery-Boosting Paths to Career Bliss (HarperCollins Leadership; July 2020), shows the impact great […]

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I SLEEP AT WORK. I end up spending more than 1 out of every 2 seconds of my waking life at work, that’s 90,000 hours in a lifetime, and lately a lot more. Might as well get my sleep pattern steady and hit the 70 on Fitbit I so desperately desire. And with retirement becoming […]

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It takes great leadership to build winning teams. Leaders who are not  afraid to course correct, make difficult decisions and establish standards of performance that are constantly being met – and improving at all times. Whether in the workplace, professional sports,  or your local community, team building requires a keen understanding of people, their strengths […]

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A team, by definition, is a group of individuals coming together to achieve a common goal. In this union, there will essentially be a lot of human interaction. There are different stages in human interaction and there are different stages of team development. Team building activities, to a great extent, decide the strength of a team. […]

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Organizations have been trying to adopt a customer-centric culture for nearly 20 years now. But the CMO Council researched and reported that “only 14 percent of marketers say that customer-centricity is an official mark of their companies, and only 11 percent believe their customers would agree with that characterization.” Why do so many organizations struggle […]

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