Prince Philip & the Authentic Leader

It’s been one of those good news-bad news weeks. There was joy and relief on display as the economy started twitching back to life with lockdown easing and people were able to meet friends or return to work for the first time in months.
But there was also sadness at the death of Prince Philip, a fixture of national life for longer than most of us have been alive. He was an interesting example of a leader, someone who was uncompromisingly himself, even though sometimes that got him into trouble.
We reflect on that in this week’s article, about the challenges and opportunities of being an authentic leader.

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This Week's Video

Erick Wilberding digs into the technique known as the Socratic Method and how it can help in critical thinking and problem solving. Watch it here.

this week's podcast

How to Build Command, Authority & Credibility

Anything can happen, which means that we always need to be ready. Former US Special Agent, Evy Poumpourus, joins Lewis Howes in a discussion on how to build the necessary skills for critical situations.

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