Two Minutes on Trust: Listen to Dr John Blakey and Fiona Furman, Communications Manager at NAHL Group plc, discussing Habit No.6 in ‘The Nine Habits of Trust – Choosing to Be Humble’.
August 4, 2021
In this 50-minute episode of The Trusted Executive podcast, Dr John Blakey, David Wetton and Fiona Furman take a deep dive into Habit number 6 – Choosing to Be Humble.
At NAHL Group, our commitment to being a trustworthy business to both work in and with is one of the cornerstones of what makes our Group of companies different to so many others. The Trusted Executive programme is key to this and we’ve been hearing about the Nine Habits of the programme from the perspective of a number of our leaders. In today’s blog we catch up with Lee Hamilton, Head of Portal at National Accident Law, and he tells us why habit No.6, choosing to be humble, makes such a difference.Read more ›
- The times they are a-changin. I couldn’t get the words of this old Bob Dylan song out of my head as I prepared for a recent conference keynote. In fact, they disturbed me so much that I was inspired to sing verses one and three at the beginning and the ...Read more ›
Peter was elected as Hill Dickinson’s first CEO in 2016 having been Managing Partner since 2006. Hill Dickinson is an international commercial law firm with more than 840 people, including 175 partners and legal directors. The firm acts as a trusted adviser to businesses, organisations and individuals across the world and from a wide range of market sectors. In this interview, Peter shares his reflections on the role that trust plays in the legal world and its highly competitive marketplace.Read more ›
Some weeks ago, my Vistage CEO advisory group were treated to a session with Carole Gaskell, a leading coach, entrepreneur and speaker. It was inspiring watching Carole engage the group; she ‘walked the talk’ by coaching them through a learning cycle rather than putting on a showy performance. Though she was one of the most under-stated speakers we have engaged, Carole achieved the highest feedback scores from the group. One of the members commented, ‘Carole role-modelled Jim Collins’ level 5 leadership – she exuded professional will and personal humility’. His observation reminded me that the level 5 leadership model from the book ‘Good to Great’ applies to leaders and to speakers and coaches too.Read more ›
Oct 21, 2015, updated Oct 19, 2016
I’ve heard the quote used over and over again by motivational success speakers. They have even suggested that you must get rid of some of your old friends and family members to reach the next level of success. Is that a sustainable solution for personal development and becoming successful?
January 2001 by Jim Collins in Harvard Business Review, hbr.org
What catapults a company from merely good to truly great? A five-year research project searched for the answer to that question, and its discoveries ought to change the way we think about leadership.
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