Real leaders need to lose the ego By Isaac Getz, Management Today, 13 Feb 2019 “The biggest shortage in the world is not oil or food. It’s leadership without ego.” So said Bob Davids, who has successfully led … Continue reading Our Op-Ed in Management Today: Real leaders need to lose the ego
We don’t know whether Netflix is a liberated company and whether its CEO is a liberating leader. That said, its former chief talent officer Patty McCord has shown that her new title wasn’t just a gimmick for … Continue reading Patty McCord (Netflix) on what happens when a company looks less to control and more to trust
On Nov 29-30, 2018 in Vienna took place the 10th Global Peter Drucker Forum. We have participated in the plenary session “Human Potential – Are We Cracking the Code?” and talked about the liberating leadership inspired … Continue reading Global Peter Drucker Forum 2018: Our speech on “Leadership without Ego”
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Leaders must abandon their egos Jenny Roper, APRIL 17, 2018 Having a large ego might be necessary to become CEO but will ultimately hold an organisation back Leaders must abandon their egos and be truly authentic … Continue reading Leaders must abandon their egos
Recently we sat down with Russell Goldsmith in London to chat about corporate liberation, why this movement is so strong in France, executive coaches, and more. You can listen to this podcast here.
An outstanding experiment in self-diection done in the real NBA game and by the best NBA team of the last years. Steve Kerr hands coaching duties to Warriors players in rout of Suns Feeling his players … Continue reading NBA: 1st ever experiement of a self-directing team, coach aside (Warriors/Kerr)
Who should decide when and where to work? Author Professor Isaac Getz Date published February 12, 2018 Judging by the number of procedures and memos in most organisations, it is HR departments who help decide when and … Continue reading Who should decide when and where to work? – HRD Connect
Our op-ed in HR Magazine Leaders need to transform from parents to peers Isaac Getz, JANUARY 15, 2018 Consider the essence of the dominant organisational model, aka the hierarchical bureaucracy: 1) Higher-ups whose job is to … Continue reading “The way most companies are organised inevitably leads to employee infantilisation” – HR Magazine
Here is our article originally published on Changeboard In their studies of the stress levels of more than 10,000 British civil servants, psychologists Bosma, Stansfeld and Marmot found that men who feel they have little control over their jobs are 50% more likely to … Continue reading Liberate your employees or pay the price for stress