Monthly Archives: July 2017

Book Launch: Social Leadership – my 1st 100 days

This week i’m setting out on a seven week tour with the new book, which launches this week. ‘Social Leadership: my 1st 100 days’ is a companion to ‘The Social Leadership Handbook’, and consists of one hundred days of activity … Continue reading

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Reflecting On Radical Complexity

Yesterday i published a major piece around ‘radical complexity’, and considering whether some organisations can become ‘too big to succeed’. Today, i’ve shared part of that work in a Masterclass, specifically the thoughts around scale: that the formal structure of … Continue reading

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A State Of Radical Complexity

When the banks collapsed in the last financial crisis, there was a phrase bandied about, that some were ‘too big to fail’. This week i’ve been pondering something of the opposite: are some organisations ‘too big to succeed’. I’m not … Continue reading

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Developing Social Leadership

I don’t normally talk about my commercial work over here on the blog, but i’m preparing for the launch of my new book next week, ‘Social Leadership: my 1st 100 days’, and pulling together a product brochure around everything ‘Social … Continue reading

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The Imposition Of Reputation #SL100

I presented a session today around ‘Social Authority’ in Social Leadership, and used this slide for the first time: it’s one of the illustrations from the ‘Social Leadership: my 1st 100 days’ book, explaining how reputation is earned, through our … Continue reading

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