Leadership lessons from Brexit

Leadership lessons from Brexit

Brexit has brought a number of significant social and business changes to the UK, amongst them a pressing problem in the form of the current leader vacuum.

Tory favourite Boris Johnson’s resignation, Labour’s on Jeremy Corbyn and Nigel Farage's declaration that he "wants his life back" illuminates the fragmentation within British politics at present.

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Comments (1)

  • Bryan Edwards
    Bryan Edwards
    Wed, 20 Jul 2016 2:49pm BST
    Messers Cameron and Osborne fell into the trap of poor influencing - they banged on with one influencing tactic repeatedly - 'use of facts and figures' and then went on to abuse the figures by quoting exactly how much each household would lose, and exactly how much we would lose in value in our houses (based on speculative data up to 10 years in the future).

    They both employed zero leadership skills by failing to communicate a positive vision of remaining in Europe.

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