Tag Archives: individualism

Behind Every Great Woman, Is a Primary Care Giver?

Originally posted on The Hot Spots Blog:
by Emma Birchall, Head of Research, Future of Work Not a particularly catchy phrase is it? Yet, it was perhaps the loudest message to attendees of a recent conference on gender in the workplace. The delegates, predominantly 20- and 30- somethings, were treated to a line up of…

A Different Take on Romneyʻs Authenticity: Family History, Family Values

Washington Post writer E.J. Dionne is being much quoted in the blogosphere for his comments last week, comparing Mitt Romneyʻs values with his fatherʻs. Itʻs an interesting way to look at authenticity in a presidential race — how Romneyʻs not  living his fatherʻs legacy. “TAMPA, Fla.: In 1964, George Romney, then the governor of Michigan, walked out of […]

Authentic Leadership: Hopeful Buzzword?

In his July 2012 blog, Bill George, CEO Guru of leadership authenticity wrote: “Nine years ago today the New York Times favorably reviewed Authentic Leadership, my first book. At the time “authenticity” in leadership was not a well-established idea. Many people asked, “What is an authentic leader?” although the concept seemed self-evident to me as being genuine, real […]