At the recent UN summit, 15-year-old Greta Thunberg said that grown-ups had messed up the world. In this video, I try to give a different perspective - one that goes to common ground, rather than turning important issues into "us versus them".
A new campaign movement, calling itself the 'extinction rebellion', is carrying out acts of civil disobedience in a number of UK cities this weekend.
Professor Jordan B Peterson has become an internet phenomenon, with sharply observed criticisms of identity politics, and a wealth of solid advice for people - particularly young men - aiming to find their way in the world.
One of the big talking points from President Donald Trump’s visit to the UK was the first deployment of the Trump Baby - the floating oversized balloon that you’ve seen in countless stories.
The most effective critique I heard against corporate social responsibility was one that played to the notion of the incompetent CEO.
As a faithful listener to the Freakonomics podcast, I was very excited when it was trailed that the team would be covering corporate social responsibility.
According to David Goodhart, author of 'The Road to Somewhere', the real division in our country is no longer between left and right, or any of the other old traditional tribes, but between 'somewheres' and 'anywheres'.
In all the chatter about the value of purpose-led business, one rather important element is ignored or swept under the table. Simply put: For purpose to be powerful, you need a powerful purpose.
We all know that Facebook has been under fire in recent weeks. We’ve seen Zuckerberg being quizzed (mostly incompetently, but the symbolism remains) in Congress. We’ve seen mainstream media outlets queueing up to bash the platform, and some advertisers taking fright as a result.
It’s one of the most commonly quoted attributes of effective leaders that they don’t waste time blaming themselves or others for things that go wrong. Instead, they hold themselves accountable and move on.