Archive for July 2013

A fitting analogy for employee research

When conversation turns to the attraction of London (as opposed to the grumbles) it’s often music, culture, and history that’s spoken about. For me it’s always been about smart, stylish, sartorial London. From the tailors of Savile Row to the artistry of Westwood and McQueen, British design is unmatched. The more I’ve been thinking about…

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The leadership challenges for Mark Carney

Each morning, I walk past the “Old Lady Of Threadneedle Street” to our offices just next to the Bank of England.  While it’s always a beautiful and impressive edifice to pass, this morning it seemed a little more poignant.  As Mark Carney arrives for his first day at work, he will face a number of…

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