Essential Leadership – out now!

Integral Change Co-Founder Esther Cameron and Associate Mike Green have just published their new book, Essential Leadership. This one-stop guide for both new and experienced leaders at all levels features […]

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A one-stop leadership resource

There are tens of thousands of leadership books to choose from. You can get hold of everything from a quick ‘how to’ text through to stories of personal achievement, as […]

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Unleashing your leadership ‘body-mind set’!

[Image ©Kim Jacobs, Catch Publishing, NL] Most leaders don’t pay much attention to their bodies when they’re at work. We’ve all usually got far too much to think about. The […]

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Developing leadership maturity in an era of increasing complexity

[Image © Fred Preston www.localphotoguide.com.au] Not all work problems are complex as Snowden points out so elegantly in his seminal article about decision-making. However it’s clear from our recent client […]

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Change leadership constellations: A new, ‘innovation space’ for leaders to gain breakthrough insight and traction

We are now offering innovative opportunities for senior leaders to access and experiment with the breakthrough process of constellations and related systemic methodologies. This is to support more skilled leadership […]

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A fresh look at millennials and their relationship with leadership!

We’ve just published our UK Millennial Leadership Report which looks at the relationship that young Millennials, aged 20-30, in paid or unpaid work have with leadership. We spent 3 months […]

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Sustainability progress?

Here’s a recent Harvard Business Review article that holds out some hope for the planet, and for all of us for 2016 and beyond… Yet it seems there’s still so […]

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New book on leadership on the way…

Esther and her co-author Mike Green have been signed-up by Kogan Page to write a new ‘compendium’-style book on leadership that is both rigorous and accessible, has a truly developmental […]

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Working with team dynamics and the leaders who shape them

Recent assignments with a range of senior leaders and their teams has involved ‘joined-up working’ that connects specific team dynamics to individual leaders’ particular capabilities and style. Based on our […]

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Mergers and Acquisitions – 12 Key Questions for Leaders

Here we offer 12 provocative questions, intended to stimulate and support leaders as they consider how best to lead and manage a merger or acquisition. These questions, and the accompanying […]

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The Integral Change Leadership Pathway – In Practice

Developing your change leadership skills in these turbulent times is likely to significantly increase your chances of thriving and delivering business success. This article opens up new ways of considering […]

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How to spot 7 common leadership de-railers!

If you’re serious about being able to make a positive difference as an organisational leader, and you’re keen to take responsibility for your own behaviour, then you need to know […]

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The Attractions of ChangeWeaver: a new software tool…

ChangeWeaver is a new software tool designed by Integral Change to support change across complex systems – by simultaneously engaging people in fresh ways, and delivering breakthrough forms of tracking […]

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How “control freak” leaders learn to let go

Do you get a kick from bringing a forensic, critical eye to the work of your team?  Do you spend energy pushing forward your preferred priorities and actively avoid listening […]

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Fear of fluffiness

Over the last few years I’ve been providing ‘live’ change leadership coaching for senior leaders needing to deliver significant change in complex, uncertain contexts.  Often, at the start of the […]

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Leading change from the middle

As organisations attempt to rise to the heightened challenges of ‘these times’, middle managers are experiencing increased pressure to play their part in leading whatever changes are now required… However, […]

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Is self-care just for softies?

Bleary eyes, pallid skin, unclear agenda, a tendency to overreact…these are all signs of a leader not practicing self-care.  This post explores why leaders are disinclined to take good care of […]

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Measuring Our Impact

There are a number of difficulties in providing a straight-forward account of the impact and value of the work we deliver.  However, it feels important for us to continue to […]

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After the ‘big four’ have gone

The *Big Four consulting firms undoubtedly have the potential to deliver huge value. However, while they can bring considerable benefits to a business, they also tend to create an operational […]

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The unwelcome consultant

I arrived at the conference centre all bright and cheerful at 0830, but it was clear that I wasn’t particularly welcome.   The Sales Director and her two Commercial Managers were […]

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Five essential skills for leading through uncertainty

  In today’s business climate of high uncertainty, ferocious competition and squeezed resources, it seems that traditional leadership skills just don’t work as well as they used to, and many […]

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