Donald Trump won the US election despite being an outsider. Companies have increasingly turned to outsiders to be their CEO. What are the lessons?
Harvard Developmental psychologist Dr Robert Kegan drew on the work of Viktor Frankl’s logotherapy, in which he referred to human beings as “meaning-making machines”.
This idea asserts that humans’ primary motivation is to make sense of life and that people are constantly making meaning, especially in adverse or pressurised circumstances. In light of that, what meaning are we to make of the new world order in which we find ourselves?
Acres of column print over recent weeks have attempted to rationalise a US election result that for many in Europe was unthinkable. It is interesting now to consider what may have happened, and wh
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