Ambiguity and Uncertainty

How to avoid settling for the best of a bad job and use the opportunity to make better business decisions and retain control. In the UK at least, the issue of Brexit is, for many, providing a dark background to the lovely weather we’ve recently enjoyed. People are struggling to even listen to the debate […]

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Coaching: the 21st century phenomenon

Coaching has helped transform many businesses during the first two decades of the 21st century. Introduced by pioneering companies during the 1980s and 1990s, it now features extensively within many businesses’ strategic thinking. It is no coincidence that coaching’s arrival is at a time when society is undergoing enormous changes. The digital revolution has led […]

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Leading teams of machines and humans

Mike Mister, Partner at the Møller Institute was part of a transatlantic team that showcased some original research in one of the concurrent sessions at the 20th International Leadership Association (ILA) Global Conference in West Palm Beach, Florida in October 2018. The research is part of an ongoing effort into the issues related to leading […]

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Find out more about Kat Barnard, Programme Manager

What is your role at the Møller Centre? KB: I’m a Programme Manager in the Executive Education team working alongside the other Programme Mangers, Tina and Louise, to assist in the design, management and delivery of customised and open enrolment programmes. One of my main projects at the moment is working with Cathy Butler, Director […]

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Life Partner: The four stages of a Partner’s career

Understanding the four stages of partners’ careers is key to improving their contribution to your law firm, says Mike Mister and Rob Lees. With her 20-year anniversary as a partner coming up next month, Carole’s thoughts turn back to the excitement and trepidation she felt when she’d been asked to join the partnership. Excitement at the […]

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