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Thursday Thought #12

By | Thursday Thought

In the context of Covid19, we’ve taken the unusual step of deciding to re-issue each of the Thursday Thought series from 2019 (12 in total) in a slightly revised version.  Each post will consist of the original quotation (to do with leadership and self-reflection), followed by a short comment and a question designed to provoke thought.

#Week 12:

What am I doing to lead myself – today and every day?

Thursday Thought #11

By | Thursday Thought

In the context of Covid19, we’ve taken the unusual step of deciding to re-issue each of the Thursday Thought series from 2019 (12 in total) in a slightly revised version.  Each post will consist of the original quotation (to do with leadership and self-reflection), followed by a short comment and a question designed to provoke thought.

#Week 11:

Everyone has the capacity to demonstrate leadership – from the kid in the playground, to the leader of a country.  If our behaviour and actions have the potential to influence those around us, we are demonstrating leadership.

Where can I observe leadership in action today (and what can I learn)?

Thursday Thought #10

By | Thursday Thought

In the context of Covid19, we’ve taken the unusual step of deciding to re-issue each of the Thursday Thought series from 2019 (12 in total) in a slightly revised version.  Each post will consist of the original quotation (to do with leadership and self-reflection), followed by a short comment and a question designed to provoke thought.

#Week 10:

What am I doing today to develop my leadership skills?

Thursday Thought #9

By | Thursday Thought

In the context of Covid19, we’ve taken the unusual step of deciding to re-issue each of the Thursday Thought series from 2019 (12 in total) in a slightly revised version.  Each post will consist of the original quotation (to do with leadership and self-reflection), followed by a short comment and a question designed to provoke thought.

#Week 9:

There is no doubt that 2020 has provided much challenge – and that the impact of this challenge will be felt into 2020/21 and onward.

In times of unexpected and difficult challenge, how do I demonstrate persistence and resilience in my leadership?

QED Leadership Lens – Ep 2 – Retaining and Increasing Agility in Innovation

By | QED Leadership Lens, Resource

QED’s Leadership Lens

In Episode 2 of QED’s Leadership Lens, we reflect on the theme ‘Retaining and Increasing Agility in Innovation‘ with: Joanne Powell (QED), Jeanette Lemmergaard (Southern University of Denmark), Joan Baker (Leadership Consultant)  and Julie Perrin-Halot (Grenoble Ecole de Management).

QED launched its Leadership Portfolio in 2019.  Part of its remit is its mission to explore practical leadership themes with senior management teams in the higher education sector (not just Business Schools) – through a mix of workshops, training events, coaching and seminars. QED’s Leadership Lens is a series of short (20-30 minute) conversations about some key leadership topics that resonate with our experiences in the sector.

If you would like to discuss your organisation’s leadership needs with QED, please contact us to arrange a free, no-obligations initial consultation.

Thursday Thought #8

By | Thursday Thought

In the context of Covid19, we’ve taken the unusual step of deciding to re-issue each of the Thursday Thought series from 2019 (12 in total) in a slightly revised version.  Each post will consist of the original quotation (to do with leadership and self-reflection), followed by a short comment and a question designed to provoke thought.

#Week 8:

How am I showing up in my arena today?

Thursday Thought #7

By | Thursday Thought

In the context of Covid19, we’ve taken the unusual step of deciding to re-issue each of the Thursday Thought series from 2019 (12 in total) in a slightly revised version.  Each post will consist of the original quotation (to do with leadership and self-reflection), followed by a short comment and a question designed to provoke thought.

#Week 7:

One of the hallmarks of the Covid 19 crisis has been the ability of people to learn new ways of interacting via online tools – particularly in work environments.  It has taken days to accomplish what might normally take months – or even years.  As we start to transition out of the Covid Crisis, the challenge is likely to be finding ways to retain that ability to adapt and develop.

How will I ensure that I continue to develop and improve my skills?