Who do we think we are leading? A journey across four sectors

02 December 2010 | Management

'If nowadays many computers proudly boast that they have Intel inside, when we take management theories or Harvard Business Review-commended 'best practices' out of their attractive packaging, we should be looking hard for one of the two labels which most commonly ought to be there, but never are: rat inside or robot inside.'In this talk for the Windsor Leadership Trust Douglas draws on his encounters with courage in the private, public, voluntary and academic sectors. He reflects on courage as an aspect of leadership and points out how often as leaders we unwittingly treat others as less than human.

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