Liz Truss is now a case study in poor leadership

Stefan Stern, City, University of London Leaders are watched. They are scrutinised. If you don’t like the idea of being held accountable and having to answer for your actions then a leadership role is probably not for you. I don’t know if such thoughts have ever occurred to Liz Truss, who is still, at the time of writing, Britain’s prime minister. But perhaps the truth is beginning to dawn on her. She has picked the wrong time and place to discover that leadership may not be quite her thing. As you rise up an organisation there will be greater rewards … Continue reading Liz Truss is now a case study in poor leadership