Power Players know when to keep the spotlight off them and on the place (or person) it actually belongs. This is one of those invaluable lessons that you should learn as quickly as you can because it's hard to come back from looking like a spotlight-stealing drama queen.
Power players are fantastic at asking the killer question. They know exactly what to ask and when to ask it. Most of us are fixated on the answer. Power Players think only of the question. And in business, this is one of the smartest things anyone can do.
After surviving cancer in his youth, Michael Rennie - managing partner of McKinsey and Company, Australia & New Zealand – channelled his experiences into his work with leaders.
Gavin Slater likes to describe his work at the National Australia Bank as a “full body transplant”. It is costing $1 billion a year. How does he stay cool?
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