hello@purplecubed.com
177 - 178 Tottenham Court Road, London W1T 7NY

Contact us

Contact us

Sign up

Sign up

Sign up

Sign up

Download

Apply

Please fill out the form below, giving us 10 reasons why you think you're right for the role

Take our survey

Groundbreaking research: Employee Engagement - have your say here - plus the chance to win an apple watch, just in time for christmas

Request a Demo

Request a Demo

Request a Demo

Connect with us

Sign up to our newsletter for moreSign up

: The changing qualities of a business leader

The changing qualities of a business leader


Business leaders face the difficult balance of letting go to empower managers and boost staff motivation, while staying in firm control of the company’s aims and strategic goals

It’s tougher than ever to be a leader in today’s business climate. Thanks to a string of commercial scandals at institutions such as the Co-operative Bank and RBS, there is intense scrutiny of executive decisions and trust in senior managers has decreased.

At the same time, the context in which leaders operate has become more complex. Companies are more geographically dispersed, managers have more direct lines of reporting and often a much wider remit than before. A study by best practice insight company CEB found that 85 per cent of leaders felt there was an increase in the number of job responsibilities, while 61 per cent reported they had to consult with more people before making a decision...

This article originally featured in Raconteur, The Times, to read in full click the link below

The changing qualities of a business leader

 

Telephone
Ready to get in touch?