Many people let their need for acceptance run the interview process. The mindset of ‘I have to be whatever it is they are looking for’ hands the power over to the interviewer and allows their own needs to become subordinate.
In a long line of leadership fads, ‘being authentic’ has been in fashion for a while. Along with many others, I love the concept and spend a lot of time working with clients towards this goal. However, I’m becoming uncomfortable with the term ‘authenticity’.
There’s a line that you must not cross. And that line is what you stand for. It represents your values and your principles and even if there is some money to be made the other side of the line, consider crossing it at your peril. If you are wondering what I mean, think back to Read more »
Yes, or at least make it x-rated viewing. That’s because its teaching a whole generation that good leadership means saying how ****ing brilliant I am. Series 6 of the Apprentice has just started and having given it a miss for a couple of seasons, I decided to tune in again. Here’s what some of the Read more »