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Bruce Watt, Ph.D. Bruce Watt, Ph.D., is Vice President, DDI Europe, and is responsible for the creation and implementation of the region's business strategy. Bruce is accountable for managing all aspects of the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Poland and Russia teams which together service the EMEA region. He is also the leading member of the European executive leadership team.
An expert on a broad range of leadership and talent management practices, Bruce provides business relevant counsel to a diverse range of both multinational and regional organisations identifying needs and proposing solutions primarily in the areas of leadership development, succession management and talent acquisition.

To take on the challenges of digital transformation, organizations need leaders who can disrupt the status quo, mobilize change, and be increasingly client-centric.
Posted: 11/2/2016 by Bruce Watt, Ph.D.
Great Britain's Olympic success is a result of sustained investment and focus on performance excellence. Should we take a similar approach to leadership development?
Posted: 9/2/2016 by Bruce Watt, Ph.D.
Is negativity about leadership discouraging future generations from stepping up?
Posted: 5/21/2014 by Bruce Watt, Ph.D.
A leader may possess the skills to engage and mobilise people when times are good. But, if their perfectionistic derailer rears its ugly head, they are more likely to micromanage than mobilise.
Posted: 4/10/2014 by Bruce Watt, Ph.D.

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