While remote learning may be effective for certain skills and tasks, true leadership capabilities cannot be developed through a bundle of online modules.
After a key conference I was set to travel to was cancelled by the Covid-19 crisis I was persuaded to register for its alternative, an online "improving your decision-making" webinar.
The promise of how much better this virtual interaction would be for my judgment and decision-making abilities, along with the other 450 people already registered for the event, did not sit well with me.
I couldn’t help but respond to the organisers and point out that the best and worst decisions have never been learnt or made from a distance in such an impersonal manner.
The best and worst decisions have never been learnt or made from a di
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