Clive will share his “PrimeFocus” framework and the conditions for alignment:  purpose, vision, engagement, structure, character, results, success and talent.

You can spot inauthentic leadership a mile away.  Something in their tonality of voice, nature of eye contact and degree of engagement will betray the leader who is not truly aligned to the work in hand.

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Being Authentic - With Clive Wilson

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Clive Wilson

Clive is a director at leadership development consultancy Primeast, and chair of the United Nations Association in Harrogate, where he has been facilitating leadership development for sixteen years. Clive believes for authentic leadership to work in the interests of all stakeholders, there needs to be a high degree of alignment between the leader and the organisation they serve. He is also author of Designing the Purposeful Organization.

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