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Leadership@Work

Intelligence Is the New Black

 

“The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability

to hold two opposed ideas in the mind at the same time,

and still retain the ability to function.”   

—F. Scott Fitzgerald

 

92% of investors, and 95% of CEOs, consider

leadership skills somewhat important or

very important to companies, and...

 

...75% of CEOs report that leadership skill is

one of the top four skills they need in people,

and that recruiting people with leadership skill

is somewhat or very difficult.

PricewaterhouseCooper

Global CEO Survey

February 2017

 

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oday's economy features a line-up of destabilizing forces:  job insecurity, income inequality, political polarization, energy cost, climate degradation, market mistrust and regulatory inconsistency, to name just seven. 

 

How can a global innovator create success in this precarious context? 

 

Equally important, how can you create success in this economy and also contribute to its rejuvenation, so that you can continue to have an economy to capitalize on?

 

Using case studies from a range of industries, together we cut through economic noise and identify intelligence that can help you lead your enterprise into a durable, successful future.

 

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Leadership by Cliché:  Knights of the Dark Table

 

   

A look behind the curtain of economic calamity

The sidewalk barker's simplistic equations

The view through an estate planning prism

 

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Intelligence Is the New Black

 

   

Help people work

An intelligent definition of leadership

The education required for greatness

2nd and 6 for the sharing economy

A new role for regulation

Starting to see the opportunity in the risk

                                         

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William Devine leads the Board + Management Practice.  He is Adjunct Professor of Management at Menlo College.  He wrote The Cost of a College Touchdown:  A Story of Trustee Miscalculation (Smashwords, 2014), and Women, Men & Money (Random House, 1998).  He once coached a season of college basketball.

 

 

 

 

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