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The skill of leading through uncertainty

Stuart Duff
July 1, 2019
Following Theresa May's decision to step down as Prime Minister and her potential successor to be decided shortly, I wanted to share a number of practical insights into how leaders can help…
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Stereotypes, Prototypes and Superheroes

Stuart Duff
March 1, 2018
Last week I took my family to see The Black Panther, Marvel’s latest superhero film. I’m not sure that I am the core target audience for the film, but nonetheless I enjoyed…
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Agile leadership

Stuart Duff
June 21, 2017
Leading agile and dispersed teams requires many of the qualities that you would associate with leaders of centralised teams. Without doubt, however, agile working throws up an additional set of challenges and…
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Agile working: Key characteristics of an agile worker

Stuart Duff
June 21, 2017
Many organisations are looking at developing more effective agile working strategies to enable their people to work with more flexibility, freedom and time/cost efficiency. The immediate focus for these organisations is often…
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The links between empathy and leadership

Stuart Duff
July 14, 2015
This article is a synopsis of a recent breakfast seminar delivered by Stuart Duff, Pearn Kandola’s Head of Development. Many leaders in the workplace today struggle with empathy. At Pearn Kandola, our…
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