Monthly Archives: June 2014

The case of the missing Mojo…

Two months ago, Peta dramatically announced to her peer group of MDs that she had “lost her mojo[1] for the business”. Like the rest of the group, she ran a medium-sized enterprise, but was also founder shareholder. The other shareholder was an Angel investor who had previously saved the business with a much needed cash […]

Should leaders be more feminine?

First much speculation and then comment about Andy Murray appointing a female coach, and then Francois Hollande headlines with his intention to ‘feminise’ diplomacy, and appoints a female as French Ambassador to London. So why all the fuss? And what’s it got to do with leadership? Essentially, the fuss stems from the fact that we […]