About Michael Brown
Michael Brown has been developing leadership and behavioural skills in organisations around the world for 20 years.
He specialises in building behavioural skills in complex international organizations such as Cisco, Telefonica and Morgan Stanley. During this 20year stage of his career he has worked face to face with nearly 10,000 people. This has given him an in-depth personal insight into their hopes, fears and challenges as they try to keep ahead in a rapidly evolving and increasingly dysfunctional workplace.
We’re good at being unproductive in the UK. It’s all part of our British heritage, along with our unique sense of irony and our weird and equally unique traditions. This is despite the repeated efforts of our captains of industry to shake off our dull sloth and seize the opportunity to jump to the top of the productivity league table, so we can all share in the profits which will thenceforth automatically flow.
Article by 6 February 2020
What are you working on currently to develop yourself? This is a question I ask people when they join my ... View Article
Article by 15 August 2019
Do you know anyone who has been bullied at work? Chances are that you do. That person might even be you. Have you also noticed that some people deal with it a lot better than others? Why might that be?
Article by 18 July 2019
I’ve been consulting with a huge American tech company for over 20 years, and every year there seems to be ... View Article
Article by 13 June 2019
What is the point of your job? What difference does it make? How much do you care about it, and why should anyone else?
Article by 12 March 2019