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Leveraging Leadership: The Power of Modern Mentorship

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Leveraging Leadership: The Power of Modern Mentorship

We can remove most sins if we have a witness standing by as we are about to go wrong. The soul should have someone that it can respect, by whose example it can make inner sanctum more available. Happy is the person who can improve others, not only when present, but even when in their thoughts.

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How cultural shifts impact scientific change

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How cultural shifts impact scientific change

In science there are no wrong answers, right? Wrong! With the help of Gareth Walton, a performance consultant, CONQA unpacks why the first step in dealing with the unambiguous world of sports science it is crucial to start with the ambiguous variable of culture.

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The power of persuasion: how to sway superstar athletes

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The power of persuasion: how to sway superstar athletes

As head coach or manager, your job is to get the best out of your team. If that means playing your most talented player in an unfamiliar position then so be it. Right? Wrong. Convincing elite athletes to fulfil a role that may be uncomfortable is a much tougher task than it may appear but with deft management, even the most stubborn star can be swayed.

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Blending in: How managers incorporate new team members

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Blending in: How managers incorporate new team members

We can all relate to being the new member of a team. Whether it was your first day at a new school or your first day at a multinational corporation, the same principles apply. But what of the teacher, manager or coach whose job it was to ensure you slotted in seamlessly to your new surroundings? CONQA delves in to the unique facet of leadership

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Chutes and Ladders: Navigating Hierarchies in Elite Organisations

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Chutes and Ladders: Navigating Hierarchies in Elite Organisations

Are hierarchies inevitably formed whenever a group of individuals unite for the purpose of a common  goal? Do they represent key structural components for a successful organisation or do they hinder progress and lead to cliques and discontent amongst the ranks? These are just some of the answers we tackle with mental skills coach Tom Dawson-Squibb.

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Why Talented Individuals Struggle with Leadership 

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Why Talented Individuals Struggle with Leadership 

Do superstar athletes truly relate to the struggles most people have to endure to reach the peak of their sport? After all, these once in a lifetime athletes perform seemingly impossible feats with apparent ease. If not, can superstar athletes skipper a team filled with less talented individuals? CONQA explores the challenges of captaincy and how talent can often get in the way of good leadership.

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Creating a global identity: How multinational organisations instil unity

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Creating a global identity: How multinational organisations instil unity

When dealing with people from different cultures, it is vital that a leader is able to bridge the cultural divide when delivering his or message. Whether it is the CEO of a multinational company or a football manager in charge of a multinational team, the basic principles apply. With Dr Graham Woolford, CEO of Unisure, a life insurance company with a presence across 5 continents, CONQA explores this modern challenge.

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