27th November 2011

First Borehole Provides Water for Kenyan Schools

Summit Schools in central Kenya now has water security, thanks in part to Extraordinary Leadership. We co-established a charity when two participants on our Extraordinary Leadership Journey decided a...

Posted by Nigel Linacre

19th November 2011

We Join the Centre for Leadership Studies

Co-founders Jefferson Cann and Nigel Linacre have become Affiliates of the Centre for Leadership Studies, part of Exeter University's Business School. This provides an opportunity to work with...

Posted by Nigel Linacre

13th November 2011

Three More Partners Join Extraordinary Leadership

Anne Stenbom, Chris Monk and Helen Battersby have all joined Extraordinary Leadership as Partners. Helen Battersby has already been working with us facilitating leadership development in England and...

Posted by Nigel Linacre

6th November 2011

Working within the International Leadership Association

The International Leadership Association's Annual Conference provided an opportunity to meet scores of leadership scholars and development practitioners from America, Asia and Africa, as well as...

Posted by Nigel Linacre

1st November 2011

A New Map of Leadership

The information age calls for leadership to be distributed within organisations. An abundance of information requires local leadership and decision-making. We want to make it easier for people to...

Posted by Nigel Linacre

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