By Liz Hall In the wake of the EU referendum, businesses need to equip leaders with core skills, including coaching, according to the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM). John Yates, group director, ILM, urged businesses not to “feel disheartened by the impending upheaval, but invigorated to shake things up, challenge the status quo and ensure our organisations are fully equipped and relevant for the future. Nowhere is this more apparent than with leadership”. The ILM’s Addressing the Leadership Lag manifesto highlights a lack of leadership quality, and of leaders that employees can trust and be inspired by. It recommends […]

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