- Effective leadership isn’t about giving or taking responsibility—it’s about sharing it.
A goal isn’t a missionA heated argument recorded in the White House in 1962 offers a cautionary lesson in mission-setting for leaders today.
“Like mountain air in the veins”H.G. Wells’s 1908 satire, Tono-Bungay, about a fictional health tonic, provides valuable insights into the entrepreneurial mind and spirit.
Beware the hazards of emailIt’s a lesson we have to relearn: tone and intent can easily get lost in translation.
Post-pandemic dressing for successIt turns out that #dopaminedressing isn’t really a thing—but what we wear does matter.
Financing the fight against climate changeEpisode 12 of the Take on Tomorrow podcast features Alison Rose, CEO of NatWest Group, and Andrew McDowell, Strategy& partner with PwC Luxembourg, discussing ways to fund the low-carbon transition.
Want to set yourself apart? Own your job.For the ambitious employee, a deep sense of accountability is the one thing that matters most.
The role of business in a world on the moveEpisode 11 of the Take on Tomorrow podcast features Parag Khanna, author and entrepreneur, and Dion Shango, PwC’s territory senior partner for Africa Central and Southern Africa, discussing the implications of an increasingly mobile world.
How to fill the looming skills gapEpisode 10 of the Take on Tomorrow podcast features Nadi Albino, from Generation Unlimited, and Chaitali Mukherjee, the people and organization lead partner with PwC India.
Keeping ahead of technologyEpisode 9 of the Take on Tomorrow podcast features Azeem Azhar, founder of the tech analysis platform Exponential View, and Annie Veillet, national data and advanced analytics lead partner with PwC Canada.
Data and decisions in soccerThe beautiful game is in a race for off-the-field talent that can deliver a competitive edge through big data.
What workers want nowEpisode 8 of the Take on Tomorrow podcast features Standard Chartered’s group head of human resources, Tanuj Kapilashrami, and the joint global leader for PwC’s people and organization practice, Pete Brown, on changing workforce expectations.
In search of clarityHow a clearness committee can offer leaders valuable insights into their toughest decisions.
Carbon taxes and the green transitionEpisode 7 of the Take on Tomorrow podcast features Danae Kyriakopoulou, from the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, and Ian Milborrow, a sustainability and climate-change partner with PwC UK.
Question your successes as much as your failuresWhen the high-fives are over, it’s important to interrogate the reasons behind your wins.
Why stakeholder capitalism has taken the spotlightEpisode 6 of the Take on Tomorrow podcast features Alison Taylor, the director of Ethical Systems at NYU’s Stern School of Business, and Richard Oldfield, PwC’s global markets leader, on navigating a wider set of expectations.
Corporate reporting as an agent of changeEpisode 5 of the Take on Tomorrow podcast features Emmanuel Faber, chair of the International Sustainability Standards Board; Eelco van der Enden, CEO of the Global Reporting Initiative; and Nadja Picard, PwC’s global reporting leader.
Finding real value on the blockchainIn Episode 4 of the Take on Tomorrow podcast, Sheila Bair, former chair of the US Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, and Vicki Huff Eckert, a retired PwC US partner and former vice chair for PwC’s US technology, media, and telecommunications sector, discuss cryptocurrency’s fast-approaching future.
Turn your meetings into jam sessionsOpening meetings with free-form questions that participants can answer on their phones or laptops can ignite people’s curiosity and boost engagement.
Retooling crisis management for today’s disastersIn Episode 3 of the Take on Tomorrow podcast, Craig Fugate, former head of the US Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), and PwC UK’s Bobbie Ramsden-Knowles discuss how businesses can prepare for climate change, ransomware attacks, and other high-impact events.
How do you make life-changing ideas a reality?In Episode 2 of s+b’s Take on Tomorrow podcast, Wellcome Leap COO Ken Gabriel and PwC UK’s Leo Johnson talk about accelerating the pace of breakthrough innovation.
Solving the puzzle of data protectionIn the debut episode of s+b’s Take on Tomorrow podcast, Apple’s chief privacy officer and PwC’s head of cybersecurity discuss the challenges leaders face in dealing with the clashing demands surrounding personal data.
In defense of “quiet working”It’s certainly not as catchy as “quiet quitting,” the buzz phrase of recent months. But not everyone is disengaged from their jobs.
The other MachiavelliFinding lessons for leaders in a lesser-known work by the Florentine political philosopher.
The new work–life balanceThe phrase seems increasingly outdated, given how much our work and our lives are now intertwined. It’s time for a new framework.
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