Sheppard Moscow was approached by the UK operation of a Global Services Organisation that wanted to stay ahead of its competitors by enabling its leaders to be more confident and fearless in their decisions and actions. In partnership with Adrian Gilpin, founder of the Institute of Human Development (IHD), and utilising the IHD’s acclaimed “Pathfinder” methodology, Sheppard Moscow delivered a powerful series of events aimed at tran...
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Bradley Wiggins is the first Britain to win the Tour de France and the most-decorated Brit following his performance in this year's Olympics. Here are five lessons business leaders can learn from 'the Mod' of cycling by Vicki Bennett from Sheppard Moscow.
For engagement to take root and provide a sustainable foundation for business performance, an organisation needs engaging leadership and engaging management…
In today’s interconnected world, no leader brings about breakthrough performance on their own. Managers must create trusting and resilient networks of effective business relationships, which are the foundation of strategic influence and the source of great results. We’d like to invite you to our breakfast meeting, to join Oonagh Gaff and Liz Credé in a conversation about our thinking on Strategic Influencing and our latest developme...
Sheppard Moscow was delighted in June this year to travel with IFC – the private investment arm of the World Bank – to Mongolia, the fastest growing economy in the world. Sheppard Moscow designs and facilitates the Corporate Leadership Program (CLP) for the IFC. The program is designed as a 2 modular event, the first of which is held at a Headquarters or key hub location (Washington DC, Istanbul or Hong Kong); the second module is...
In today’s complex and changing world, business leaders are faced with increasingly complex and dynamic problems in driving and maintaining organisational performance. Fortunately, there is a growing body of evidence on how business leaders need to operate at the strategic level, and this knowledge shows that many of the attributes required can be learned and developed. Senior managers need to be able to identify, develop and work ...
The launch of the Mastery of Strategic Influence Workshop has been a great success. Running over three days the intensive master class has prompted some impressive feedback from participants Facilitators Oonagh Gaff and Liz Credé commented: "We are delighted that our first Mastery of Strategic Influence Workshop has been so successful. The participants immersed themselves fully in the various interactive, reflective and development...
I am immersed in the dilemmas of being the parent of a teenager. How do I support George in what he wants to do, not nag him but give him some guidance so he doesn't make naïve decisions? I thought I was doing so well this morning Me - there's something I'm worrying about in relation to you doing this sports diploma instead of staying on at school to do A levels. Can I just say it? George - yes ok This is going OK. He wasn't...
CRF report (with forward from SM Partner Anita Harris) that focuses on making transitions from technical specialism to leading others. Today, leadership is increasingly required of those whose training is highly specialist. The report provides food for thought on how organisations are tackling the complexities involved and asks whether we should be paying more attention to how we help such transitions.