“A duty of care” is launched

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MALL OF THE EMIRATES — It’s hard to keep up. A few hours ago we launched A duty of care to a great, stand-up crowd at the Able and How offices in London.

About 80 people came by and we had a lovely evening. We talked about the need for better management in the average workplace. How managers have a duty to become leaders and help their colleagues make work a better place.

There were coaches at the launch: Directors of Communications, lawyers, Marketing Director, consultants, agents, MDs, Heads of Internal Communications, teachers, journalists and… us.

Thanks to those who came. And those who didn’t travel (we did have people come from as far away as Amsterdam and… Cheltenham!), we look forward to seeing you at the virtual launch this coming week.

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3 Responses

  1. Bennet Simonton
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    David,

    Congratulations on your book. Businesses certainly need more clarity on what leadership is and on how to achieve the goal of managing people.

    Would you agree that the goal is to unleash each employee’s full potential of creativity, innovation, productivity, motivation and commitment?

    Would you agree with this definition of what leadership is?

    “Leadership applies to people and denotes the sending of value standard messages to people which they then follow/use. Thus we say that they have been “led” in the direction of those value standards. Leadership is therefore one side of the coin called values, the other side being followership.”

    Best regards, Ben

  2. snapcomms
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    Congratulations on your book!

    In case it is not intentional – FYI the Lulu link in the sidebar is broken. Is shows hwww.lulu.com/content/3878657. When in fact is should be http://www.lulu.com/content/3878657

  3. David Ferrabee
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    Thanks New Zealand, for the tip. I have updated accordingly. Hopefully this now one works.
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