5 Critical Things to Help You Successfully Prepare For AI

Although it feels like digital has been around in one form or another for a while now, we are really only at the very earliest stages of what will be a transformational digital revolution. One that will affect all aspects of how we live, work and engage with each other. The first wave of digital […]

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How to Use a Futurist

You keep hearing the word “futurist.” But what do we actually do? How can we help businesses, nonprofits, academic institutions and more achieve “future-smart” results? How can we help you? Please download our free 44-page ebook to read how 24 futurist colleagues from countries all over the world, and Leading Thought, achieve impact for our […]

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Adding meaning to thought leadership

I met Mignon van Halderen some years ago when her, Kym Kettler-Paddock and I collaborated on a book titled “Thought Leadership how to differentiate your company and stand out from the crowd” Mignon then founded the The Dutch School of Thought Leadership. This blog post is written by her and it gives a fascinating insight […]

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How to see your status soar: you need to be more curious.

“I have no special talents. I am only passionately curious.” ~ Albert Einstein Being curious. The gift that Eleanor Roosevelt said should be endowed on every child. One of the most permanent and certain characteristics of a vigorous intellect, according to Samuel Johnson. And to Einstein, who described himself as “passionately curious,” a miracle if […]

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Neither innovation nor expertise means you’re a thought leader

I’ve never met Steve Blank but his ideas, outlined in his book ‘The Four Steps to the Epiphany’ launched the Lean Startup movement. In my mind, that classifies him not only as an innovative thinker but also a thought leader. The commencement speech he delivered at ESADE to the class of 2014 about the future […]

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Boost thought leadership in India

Boost your thought leadership with these 3 simple steps

Boost thought leadership Have you been struggling with ways to boost thought leadership for yourself or your business? Try looking at it this way: O.E.S. While working in Bangalore in January 2016, I was interviewed by Indian businessman Sriharsha Neergundha Nagaraj for his show on Innovation. We talked about a number of things, but starting […]

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Australian law firms wise up to the power of thought leadership

This article first appeared in the Law Society for NSW online newsletter. It was written by Leading Thought co-founder Craig Badings   Five years ago I conducted one-on-one research with the top six Australian law firms on their views of thought leadership and how they were using it. Most were grappling with it and the […]

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EY – doing a lot more with less content

It had to happen. A global brand bravely saying they’ll no longer be part of the content marketing machine that pumps out content for the sake of it. Step up to the plate EY Australia. Three years ago I interviewed Merryn Stewart, EY Oceania’s brand marketing and communications (BMC) director. At that point she had […]

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Pharma needs new thought leaders

This opinion piece by Craig Badings first appeared in Pharma in Focus, the only independent source of local news for Australian and New Zealand pharma professionals www.pharmainfocus.com.au “In a time of profound change in the industry, pharma leaders need to step up and take a stand on key issues.” Craig Badings, partner at SenateSHJ and […]

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Does your company have the new thinking required to survive the digital age?

An interview with Thomas Power, CEO Electric Dog I first connected with Thomas Power on twitter and was immediately struck by his take on the new thinking companies will require to survive in the digital age. He has coined the term Open Random Supportive thinking #ORS which he explains below. Thomas fits our definition of […]

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