How childhood experiences can undermine executive performance – how one boy fell victim to his mother

When negotiations between companies heat up, you need all the intelligence that you can muster. It’s easy to obtain financials and other data, but how do you get inside the psyche of your opponents? Many managers, these days, rely on… Continue reading

Juggling family expectations and personal passion in an executive career

Following in his father’s footsteps, Charles joined what was once the family firm in the City roughly ten years ago. Ownership long-since passed to corporate hands, although there is still a portrait of his great-grandfather hanging in the corridor by… Continue reading