Difficult is fun
It is in adversity that you get to show who you are, says Hege Eike Lie.
Cool girls rent!
At Fjong, the main rule is «she invests». With over 150 women on the owner side, they bring sustainability and sharing economy to the fashion world.
From checking and correcting to communicating and building relationships. This is a pretty good summary of the role that leaders have played during the last 150 years, albeit in a slightly tabloid format. So what has typified the last 50 years?
Clear and accessible
- My employees know that I am available and have time for them. Then they also know what I expect from them, says Line Konglevoll in PLAN-B.
The Leader Hunter
He made a stable career, but did not want to be a banker for life. Then the phone rang. Now Philippe Caillé himself has become the caller with the opportunity that can change people's lives and careers.
Jan Ketil Arnulf believes that both Norwegian leaders and he himself benefit from repeated encounters with reality. As long as they don't involve trains.
The CEO words investors refuse to buy
Have you ever heard a manager praise their company’s «tremendous», «awesome» or «unbelievable» results? New research shows that CEOs should mind their language.
Seven tips for managers in small businesses
A recent study shows seven out of ten managers in small and medium-sized companies lack competence in management. Here are seven tips that can help them succeed.
President on Leadership
“The Norwegian model with a flat structure, a high degree of trust and involvement has meant a great deal to the way we view leadership today.”