We like to think of values as an organisation’s anchor.
The rhetoric around leadership can all too often feel exclusionary.
I recently went to see the film about Winston Churchill's first weeks as Prime Minister - 'Darkest Hour'.
The distinction isn’t always clear – surely if you’re a boss, you’re also a leader by default?
What can the limbic emotional systems of working sheepdogs and sheep teach you about yourself, about those you work with, and the impact you have on each other?