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How leadership can fight misinformation and challenge false narratives

Argyle CEO Dan Tisch, analyzes how public perception is being shaped by rapid social media consumption and misinformation in ‘Navigating the age of information warfare’, which has been shared by Queen’s University Smith School of Business. Tisch describes how communication, engagement and empathy can be powerful tools for courageous leaders during times of constant consumption of conflict.

March 14th, 2022|

Leadership through communication: Six things leaders can control in 2022

As the world enters the third year of the COVID-19 pandemic, making predictions seems riskier than opening a lunch counter in a food court.There are three big reasons for this. The first is projection bias: the assumption that our current emotions, habits and preferences will continue indefinitely, or that we’ll automatically snap back to earlier attitudes and behaviour. The second is the persistence of events that humanity can influence but not control — from extreme weather to new variants of viruses. The third is the continuing holding pattern as we wait for the pandemic to recede — which renders our [...]

January 24th, 2022|

Argyle Senior Leaders share their insights on Socially Conscious Leadership in 2022

2022 is setting up to be the year of social purpose for organizations as employee, stakeholder and investor expectations shift two years into the pandemic. Argyle's own Harlan Loeb, Robert Gemmill and Jessie Sitnick sat down (virtually) with Risk and Compliance magazine to share their insights and advice on socially conscious leadership.Check out the article.

December 21st, 2021|
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