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3 Leadership Lessons from our Nuclear Partner

3 Leadership Lessons from our Nuclear Partner

Naked Leader Week 810 – 25 February 2019 Time to Read: 4 minutes 3 Leadership Lessons from our Nuclear Partner This month Clive Barrett, interviews Matt Tudor for our Leader feature –  MATT TUDOR, Head of Business Development & Marketing at the award-winning Bridgwater & Taunton College in Somerset, knows exactly what to do when…Continue Reading

People succeed far more often than they don’t

People succeed far more often than they don’t

Naked Leader Week 809 – 18 February 2019 Time to Read: 75 seconds “People succeed far more often than they don’t” John Savage, Curriculum Architect, The National College for Nuclear. We are partnering with The National College for Nuclear on leadership programmes. As I am sure you can imagine, nuclear is very safety conscious, intense and…Continue Reading

A Happy New Year – Year Of The Pig

A Happy New Year – Year Of The Pig

Naked Leader Week 807 – 4 February 2019 Time to Read: 88 seconds Naked Leader work with Western companies who want to succeed in China, and vice versa. My personal. global mission is to bring together Chinese philosophies, values and ways with the best business practices in the West. And tomorrow, Tuesday 5 February – 4pm…Continue Reading

Caring for the community – Teresa revels in making a difference

Caring for the community – Teresa revels in making a difference

Naked Leader Week 806- 28 January 2019 Time to Read: 5 minutes Caring for the community – Teresa revels in making a difference For this month’s Leader Feature, Clive Barrett, speaks with Teresa Mangonon – a care home manager who achieves high quality care through happy staff members: MOVING away from her comfort zone was…Continue Reading

The Great Gig in the Sky

The Great Gig in the Sky

Naked Leader Week 803 – 7 January 2019 Time to Read: Just 17 years At 2.26am GMT on Thursday 3 January the Chinese robotic spacecraft Chang’e-4 touched down on the far side of the moon, the first ever attempt and landing. The 3 reasons this is such a major milestone in space exploration:   Many astronomers…Continue Reading