The Walking Your Talk podcast (links below) is a personal development journey for listeners on authenticity, courage and leadership, sharing what Carolyn has learnt you can do to be credibly seen to walk your talk.
When things start to go wrong, it's natural for us to react. But in every situation, there is an external and a controllable driver - we can either take personal responsibility, or we can choose to fall below the line.
Watch as Executive Chair Carolyn Taylor explains more on one of our key concepts.
Discover the seven signs of a good leader, why you need to implement an effective whistleblowing policy, how HR can foster innovative thinking, and much more in our latest Culture Change blog...
On Friday 5 August, over 3 billion people around the world had their eyes locked on Rio de Janeiro to watch the Olympics Opening Ceremony. There is no doubt about it - it was a beautiful spectacle. Headlines throughout the world the following day congratulated Brazil for a truly amazing show. As the Washington Post said, “Rio was basking in what it does best. This is a country expert in revelry, which every years fills its streets with dancing, stranger-kissing, inebriated glee at Carnival.”
I recently had coffee with a close friend who’s just resigned from a senior position in a key department of a large company. Answering the puzzled look on my face, he explained that he’d had enough of his boss – the manager of a specific department who took the role a year earlier.