Keir’s Conundrum

It’s been all-change at the top of the Labour Party after a poor showing in the recent elections. A good old-fashioned reshuffle may seem like a reasonable solution to performance problems in politics, but in business I’d give it a wide berth.
As this week’s blog explores, it’s generally better to work with team members on your differences rather than removing dissenters.
On another note, I’m looking forward to Monday. While it’s important not to get carried away with the exuberance of reopening - it’s far too early to say this unpredictable pandemic is over yet - it feels like an important step on the road to recovery.

This Week's Reads

The trouble with team reshuffles

Secrets for success from wind farm CEO

How men can be more inclusive leaders

Ex-Topman MD joins Boohoo Group

This Week's Video

Why do we trust some companies and not others? Digital trust advisor Marcos Aguiar offers seven tools to help leaders design a foundation of trust into their business ecosystems in order to achieve long-term success.

this week's podcast

It takes an outstanding leader to know when to step aside. Tom Blomfield, the former CEO and Co-Founder of Monzo, and Co-Founder of GoCardless, discusses why he fell out of love with his job.

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