4 Keys To Being A Collaborative Leader

In case you hadn’t noticed, the world is changing at an unprecedented pace. What’s driving the spectacular speed of our changing environment? That little thing called the internet. The use of social media by younger generations across the globe in order to communicate and protest – think The Arab Spring for starters. The increase in transparency of…

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Being Like A Bumblebee

This morning, as I was eating my breakfast, I noticed a bumblebee on the windowsill. For the entire time I ate my breakfast, the bee threw itself against the window, again and again and again, in a futile attempt to get outside. Even as I left to go about my day, its persistent (albeit fruitless)…

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Rearrange

My mother has many endearing traits. One of them is to regularly rearrange the furniture in her flat. I asked her recently why she does this and she replied – “It makes me see things I’ve had for years in a new light. It makes my space more workable – each time I get it…

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8 Tips For Supporting Organisational Change

Like death and taxes, change is inevitable. Yet despite its certainty, when it occurs we often find ourselves being dragged along by the scruffs of our necks. In my coaching practice I see evidence of people and organisations resisting change every day. And I have learned there is a big difference between intellectual appreciation and experiencing it.…

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Motivation for change

In a recent blog post I asked you what your most pressing leadership questions are right now. There were a range of excellent responses and in the end I couldn’t choose, as they all were great questions! So instead I will do my best to cover all of them over the next few months. Today’s…

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