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Let's talk: the perils of the retail sector echo chamber

Future Leaders
The echo chamber. Surrounding yourself with ''yes men'. A team of clones and suck-ups. Call it what you like, if you are constantly consorting with people who agree with you and make you feel like a genius or you're always right, it might feel good for the ego, but it's not always good for business or your career. Whilst we all need people we can trust around us, having them indiscriminately affirm your decisions or views - negative or positive - is not always helpful. So how do you ensure you have diversity of thought when seeking advice? In this panel discussion, we will explore: How to objectively look at who influences you most How to ensure you have the best advisors around you How to maintain perspective and ensure balance