Edge Overview

Each dimension of edge has 3 elements, a total of 9 in all.

Below is a brief summary of each of the elements. 



understand and manage your emotions, overcome unconscious cognitive biases to make better decisions, harness your inner drivers, become more aware, flexible and resilient - be the best version of you!


create realistic plans, manage multiple priorities, establish effective habits (and break bad ones), efficiently triage, leverage technology to save time and effort, be assertive and overcome procrastination


what people think of you affects relationships, the credibility of your ideas, what roles you are considered for ... you need to convey the right impression by managing the signals that you, often unconsciously, transmit



forget hierarchy - leadership is a mindset and a set of skills, not a position; assess situations and then use a variety of styles, from directing to delegating, to enable others to perform at their best


logic and reason are rarely enough to persuade people - effective influencers actively listen, ask questions, develop trust, activate emotional and unconscious triggers, use metaphors and stories ...


benefit from opportunities, advice, influence and information by cultivating a network: from defining your targets, planning, making contact and interacting, through to nurturing and managing contacts



produce forecasts and budgets, justify investment with robust business cases, manage resources efficiently, balance profitability and cash flow ...


understand the real performance drivers and use proven models and principles to develop plans which anticipate future trends and yield sustainable competitive advantage


there are some skills which can transform the quality, quantity and perception of your work - presenting, project management, Excel, the use of social media ...


Develop Your Edge

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