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How to Fire Staff: Effective Decision Making Procedures for Termination of...

Toughest Decisions at Work Do employees ever start their careers to become problem employees? Leadership involves the creation of a work environment where the leader has...

Robin Sharma: Authentic Leadership

Robin Sharma is one of the world’s premier thinkers on leadership in business and in life. He is the author of numerous books -...

The Benefits of the Western Welfare State Model is an Illusion

The Western Welfare State Model is an Illusion, says Danish Writer and Journalist Nick Allentoft* in this Interview Western societies, especially in Europe, are known...

Interview with Jennifer Garvey Berger: How to Overcome Obstacles of Adult...

“The way organizations and leaders navigate this time will not only matter in the bottom line for their organizations but might well change the...

Johan Bülow: All Fired Up

Johan Bülow is an entrepreneur, known for his company Lakrids, and was named Leader of the Year in Denmark in 2014. This interview with Johan...

Richard Branson: Life, Leadership, Balloons, Space & Craziness

Richard Branson Speaks in Copenhagen at the Awaken Business Summit Our co-creative partner; the Awaken Business Summit, has invited Sir Richard Branson to speak in...

Sex and Leadership

Authored by Andre van Heerden “…AND YOU SHALL SEE IN HIMTHE TRIPLE PILLAR OF THE WORLD TRANSFORMEDINTO A STRUMPET’S FOOL” –Shakespeare’s Antony and Cleopatra, Act 1,...

Integrity and Leadership

Authored by Andre van Heerden In the early 13th century, France, Paris and the lands under the direct rule of the king were in a bad...

Christian Ørsted: Authentic Leadership is Narcissism

This is an interview about authentic leadership with Christian Ørsted. The interview is conducted by serial entrepreneur Jonathan Løw. We thank Jonathan Løw for kindly...

Need a Strategy? Let them Grow like Weeds in the Garden

Henry Mintzberg about the Need of a Strategy Searching for a strategy? Here’s how to get one, according to just about every book and article...