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A panel drawn from every facet of the industry concluded that the key attributes of a future leader are the ability to inspire others, recognise the issues facing the world, and a high level of technical ability. Over the next eight pages, NCE profiles two people who stand out as having those attributes, and introduces a few more who may well be leaders of the future.
In a quest to seek out the people who will lead our industry in the decades to come, NCE invited people from across the industry to discuss the qualities of leadership. The results are published here, along with profiles of some of the names to look out for. Margo Cole reports.
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The clock is ticking for the government and the insurance industry to agree on a mechanism for funding flooding insurance if thousands of homes are not to be left high and dry without any cover.
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