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Posted by Andrew on 19th January 2018
Strong opinions and differing skillsets in the boardroom can result in harmony flying out of the window, says Andrew Kakabadse, Professor of Governance and Leadership at Henley Business School.
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On 7 May, Britain goes to the polls, with the outcome quite impossible to predict. The former certainties of the British political system – that our simple first-past-the-post elections would produce strong, majority government – have been upended. This means we are likely to be heading for a confused and indeed rather ambiguous result.
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Posted courtesy of ICSA Governance & Compliance magazine
Emotional intelligence skills are key to the role of the company secretary
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