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Engaging Employees Requires Motivation (but not necessarily what you think).

Learning and reflection— both potential outcomes from watching (or for some of you, re-watching) this Dan Pink animated talk illustrating the real reasons we engage. 45 more words


Managing Your Expectations

Strategy, simply defined as what an organization needs to do, is important. There is no doubt that an artfully designed strategic concept can have transformative implications for the fortunes of an organization. 588 more words

Strategy And Execution

What we do & Why we do it

I am often asked what we do and why we do it. A few weeks back I spent some time working with my good friend John Spence in Florida. 932 more words

All change please, all change!

There’s lots of talk about change platforms, so much so, that I wanted to collate some of my favourite sources into one place.

One of the first articles I read about change platforms was from Gary Hamel & Michele Zanini (October 2014),  428 more words

Change Leadership

Roundup of recently attended Chicago Meetups – March

In March, I attended some really great Meetups in Chicago that gave me the opportunities to learn new ways of working, more about how rank and power can help (or hinder) an Agile adoption and an awesome presentation that reinvigorated my hope that sometimes radical ideas can work. 904 more words


Lets Go One Better

“Great teaching cannot be achieved by following a recipe, but there are some clear pointers in the research to approaches that are most likely to be effective, and to others, sometimes quite popular, that are not.   170 more words



For decades managers and non-managers alike have voiced dissatisfaction with participating in nonproductive, lengthy meetings.

The keys to successful meeting management are twofold. First there must be an established and supported process or structure by which all meetings are conducted. 400 more words

Leadership Development