It takes a village to raise you as a leader able to master difficult conversations. So, hear advice from Martin Squires, Harry Wilkes & Rob Kellaway.
As promised, I am taking a break from chairing Data Leaders Summit Europe 2018, to share with you. Once again, this year’s summit has been a really useful event. Numbers of attendees have doubled, so they must be doing something right. The advice I give the audience when I chair such events, is to identify just one thing they will do differently as a result of hearing each speaker. I.. Read More
Continuing our series of leaders sharing lessons learnt, a CX leader shares on an employee-centric culture. Annette Franz is a one of our regular guest bloggers, here on Customer Insight Leader blog. Annette has shared before on her recommended (Weology) book, data strategy and becoming a leader. In this post, she reflects on her own experience of an employee-centric culture. How she learned how important that was & the positive.. Read More
Continuing our theme of leaders’ lessons learnt from experience, lets turn to having a team mission. In this post our regular guest blogger, Tony Boobier, shares one of his most important lessons learnt. This complements our previous posts on personal goal setting and which goals might be suitable for insight leaders. Here, Tony turns his attention to the team as a whole. How can a mission be created that is.. Read More
In this book review, my focus moves to the world of coaching and what goes on behind closed doors. The title, “Behind Closed Doors: Stories from the Coaching Room“, is one that never fails to elicit a snigger from my wife. I admit it does sound a bit like a salacious expose into locker-room shenanigans. In reality, this is a very helpful book for coaches, whatever their level of experience.. Read More