Tomorrow’s leadership will be different

Posted on July 4, 2019 by John O. Burdett
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The Irish elk thrived for over 7,000 years. Its range extended from China to, as the name suggests, Ireland. Standing more than a meter and a half (6.9 feet) at the shoulder and weighing up to 700 kilograms (1,543 pounds), it was, by far, the largest elk around – before or since. What made it truly spectacular though were its antlers at 3.65 metres (12 feet) across. In sexual conquest and in battle, antler size was everything. And then, 11,000 years ago, this magnificent animal went into sharp decline. There are a number of theories to explain its extinction.

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About John O. Burdett

John O. BurdettBoth as an international HR executive and as a consultant, John Burdett has worked on culture initiatives with some of the world’s largest organisations.
He holds a Doctorate in Management Development and is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development. John has authored ten books on leadership and organisation culture. His latest offering is the Talent Trilogy: TALENT (2014), TEAM (2015), and The Empty Suit (2016). John’s new book, the A–Z of Organization Culture comes out in early 2017. His books, articles and assessment tools are embraced by executives on five continents. His company, Orxestra Inc., enjoys a strategic partnership with TRANSEARCH International, a global, executive search firm.

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