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Research suggests women may choose to work in different sorts of firms than men – those with flat hierarchies and a culture of collaboration
The late South African president exemplified a level of self-mastery that all business leaders should aspire to, says Nigel Nicholson
Nigel Nicholson explores what really goes on during political campaigns – and what business leaders can learn from the process
Professor Nigel Nicholson on why executives should explore their own timeline and take interest in other people’s experiences
How the new US President came to power and how he’s behaving now he’s in the role illustrate key leadership themes.
Professor Nigel Nicholson discusses why America hasn’t got the president it deserves.
The nomads battle through winter, but every member of the tribe works hard. What can a cultural exploration teach business executives?
When myths are demystified, they teach us about reality. Here, the business of family firms does the same.
The big talking points from Professor Nigel Nicholson’s recent Leadership Institute round table with leading figures
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