Recent writings

24 April 2018 | Management
The C-suite: what people don't say
27 March 2018 | Creative
Interview by Writers and Authors (USA)
20 February 2018 | Creative Faith & Society
Trump, truth and the lantern of dreams
18 February 2018 | Faith & Society
Rivers of giving
05 February 2018 | Faith & Society Management
Empathy and mindfulness: can you have too much?

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Douglas Board is a leadership and career coach and a senior visiting fellow at Cass Business School, City University of London. He grew up in Hong Kong and worked for the UK Treasury and then as a headhunter.

This website shows you more than one hundred of Douglas’s writings free. They range from short stories to pieces on current affairs or management, to religious reflections. Why not try the first inspector Cosadici mystery or Concussion and contempt in Lake Garda: Brexit revisited—two very different takes on one of his favourite places to write?

Douglas is also the author of two applied research books—Choosing Leaders and Choosing to Lead: Science, Politics and Intuition in Executive Selection (Gower 2012) and (with Robert Warwick) The Social Development of Leadership and Knowledge: A Reflexive Inquiry into Research and Practice (Palgrave Macmillan 2013).

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