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Thompson Harrison partnered with the Ariane de Rothschild Fellowship on a leadership programme for their Legacy Fellows. Part of the programme included meeting the President of Portugal - Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa.


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Thompson Harrison was delighted to be a finalist at the CIPD awards held in London this week. We are very proud of the work we did with our clients Asahi Europe on putting the Circular Economy at the heart of an innovative and socially impactful leadership development programme.


It is a wonderful opportunity to reflect on how much progress has been made since these awards first launched”, says Pinky Lilani. “I am honoured and excited that we can shine a spotlight on the important work of these outstanding women and truly proud of the positive impact these British-Asian women are making on the world today.”
— The Telegraph, 30th April 2019

Thompson Harrison Associate, Shruthi Vijayakumar, was announced a joint winner of the Young Achiever Award at the Asian Women of Achievement Awards held in London


In this article in Management Today, Tracey talks about why leaders need to be learners

Leadership is not a fixed quality. It has to exist with context, it fundamentally depends on the relationships you build with the people you lead. Understanding this is the first step in the transition from tactical decision-maker to strategic leader.
— Tracey Camilleri

It was a combination of luck and recognition that our different approaches could be brought together to design something meaningful for the Academy.
— Sam Rockey

Read about the importance
(or non-importance) of saying Thank You

We expect help from close relationships — family and friends, but especially family,” said Robin Dunbar, an anthropologist at Oxford University, who was not involved with the study. “That we take that help for granted is indeed interesting, because it risks putting such relationships under strain.
— Robin Dunbar

Reinventing Leadership.
Yes, Really.

by Stuart Crainer

The lesson in terms of transformation is that often people think of organisational transformation at a very meta level, as a big, sweeping change. But it starts with individuals. It’s about building up the movement of change one person at a time.
— Sam Rockey

Insights into Behavioural Science

Interest in behavioural science has risen significantly over the past decade with industries as diverse as finance, energy and media, using its insights to improve resilience, innovation and leadership development. Take up in HR, however, has been slower, with many professionals unsure where to begin or how to apply behavioural science insights in their own organisations.
— CIPD, 2017

The Human Side of Transformation

In the context of the world’s third biggest corporate takeover by AB InBev of SAB Miller, Sam Rockey shares with Merryck & Co her learnings and the challenges faced by leaders in the midst of a major transformation.
— Merryck, September 2017

 Watch the full video by clicking HERE