leadership


Where does leadership start?

Understanding core values The best course on leadership that I had in my life so far was from David H. Langstaff and Declan Murphy, executive MBA students of EDHEC Business School, 2016 in Paris. David, earned his MBA at Harvard University, and Declan, has his MBA from Wharton School. Being […]


What working with children can teach us about leadership

Working with people can be difficult. Those who have ever found themselves in a leadership position know that people can have different types of work ethic, different habits, different preferences or completely different reality perception. They might not respect deadlines, avoid work or start conflicts for reasons that elude your […]


Recreating the image of fathers

For many people the two words “extraordinary” and “fathers” don’t seem to match up well, they’re like antonyms. Especially in the western world, due to rising feminist narratives, if anyone is going to be labelled as extraordinary, it’s going to be mothers. In other parts of the globe, fathers would […]


TEDxVienna Adventures:
Be a conductor

On a sunny Saturday morning, 15 TEDxVienna Adventure attendees muted their phones and walked down the stairs into the cool basement of Mozarthaus. While they did not know exactly what was awaiting them, they had all in advance been asked to prepare their own interpretations of a piece of music: […]


Because they would have done it for me: About leadership and safety

Have you ever heard of US Army Captain William D. Swenson? He recently received the Medal of Honor from US president Barack Obama for putting his life at risk to rescue other soldiers on a battlefield in Afghanistan. Not only did he run into the fire without a helmet on […]