Despite over a decade of enthusiasm for blogging I realise that writing is not for everyone – but reflecting on our craft should be. Writing about my reflections forces me to make sense of my [READ MORE]
I recently stumbled upon a new label for the behaviours we associate with leadership. In this short clip Nipun Mehta explains a “different paradigm of leadership, which he calls “laddership””. After rolling the idea [READ MORE]
A maxim that I have been testing, applying and thinking about a great deal over the last few years is that “nothing changes unless mindset changes.” On reflection, admittedly it is a little extreme, however [READ MORE]
If you have spent any time with me in small group development sessions you will likely have heard me talking deliberately about perspective. I am always keen to make explicit what can often be an [READ MORE]
Further to my post about thinking obliquely and divergently (First inspired by Marty Neumeier’s article on the Liquid Agency site) I have made this handy little graphic of the nine strategies shared. I hope you find it useful.