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We help leaders thrive on change during great uncertainty and environmental emergency. We draw on deep insights from eight years interviewing leaders. We share the lessons in speaking events, publications and directly with our clients.

  • We are catalysts for change
  • Our work is bespoke - we don’t do ‘templates’
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Leadership in crises: How we can help

  • We support leaders to transform their leadership, so their organisation can survive and thrive in radical uncertainty.
  • We provide independent, tailored analysis of ongoing threats and opportunities.
  • We help leaders and their staff to adapt and innovate.
  • We offer a bespoke service for leaders facing the existential challenges of the climate emergency.
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Latest Unthinking

Talking about... why boards must think like activists with Helle Bank Jorgensen

Talking about... why boards must think like activists with Helle Bank Jorgensen

Board members must realise the urgent need to innovate and change, or stakeholders and shareholders will change them. Helle Bank Jorgensen, Founder and CEO of Competent Boards, explains how her new work encourages and achieves behaviour change.

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Talking about... connected risk with Lord Martin Rees

Talking about... connected risk with Lord Martin Rees

What leaders must learn about connecting risks. From the pandemic to the climate emergency, social media and the misuse of technology, the threats are increasing year on year. Astronomer Royal Lord Martin Rees reveals his greatest fears to TtU’s Nik Gowing and Chris Langdon.

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Talking about... unlocking leadership with Halla Tomasdottir

Talking about... unlocking leadership with Halla Tomasdottir

“Prisoner of hope and stubborn optimist” Halla Tomasdottir talks unthinkables with TTU’s Nik Gowing. The CEO of The B Team reveals that leaders know they need a new playbook because the current one is “not fit for purpose”. So there must be a new definition of leadership. But can leaders achieve what is needed so urgently?

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