Saving a sinking ship: leadership lessons for replacing a failed CEO

Taking over at a time of crisis can be the biggest test a leader can face. Here are the secrets to steering the ship to calmer waters

The Conservative leadership race is down to the final two but, whether it’s Rishi Sunak or Liz Truss, the new occupant of 10 Downing Street will be tasked with galvanising a divided party. 

Outgoing Prime Minister Boris Johnson had lost the confidence of many, both within the Tory party and the country, and saw 59 MPs resign in the final days of his premiership. 

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