Leading in a New Landscape
TAI Tuesday Part 1 of 4


For the next four weeks of TAI Tuesday, we’ll continue our exploration of Leadership with a conversation between TAI CEO Allen Schoer and Lord Watson of Richmond, Chairman of the London-based Corporate Television Network.

The landscape of the world’s business communities has changed so drastically since the beginning of the global economic downturn in 2008 that business leaders are finding themselves reluctant pioneers adrift in unchartered waters. How will they plot their course and forge ahead in unfamiliar and often unfriendly territory?

One Comment

  1. Oct 23, 2012
    12:26 pm


    What they’re saying about the business rupture is correct for businesses which make and sell things. We’re in trouble. But for the banks which have a huge influence on the rest of the real economy it’s gone back to business as usual. The US and UK governments aren’t going to do anything about the banks even though we bailed them out because the banks are the paymasters of the politicians. So while the public thinks the politicians and the bank bosses are failing, to bank employees and shareholders they showing great successful leadership coming out of the crisis. Fo them, the great disruption has become the great continuation!

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