How to collaborate effectively in the post-pandemic world

Today I want to talk about collaboration. On one hand the pandemic has taught us valuable lessons about why/when/how to collaborate. On another, we still have a long way to go.

Protecting Yourself from a Narcissistic Leader

Historically, there has almost been an acceptance that senior leaders will have (and even should have) narcissistic personality traits. One one hand, there can be commercial benefits to the organisation, but the methods to achieve results are too often to the detriment of others’ emotional and psychological well-being. As such, the commercial benefits can soon... Continue Reading →

New ways of working (or not).

In July I wrote a blog 'A world of pure re-imagination' capturing the evolving nature of the Workplace. 5 months on and I see organisations on a continuum of: the wishful thinkers, the short termers, the seekers and the brave and rebellious. Where Organisations are on this continuum is changing daily (even hourly), across the leadership, across... Continue Reading →

The battle between my rebel, my imposter and I. Here’s the truth.

A few weeks ago I joined Amanda Cookson and Ken Blackwell to chat all things human workplace. It was Wednesday and it was already my third 'public speaking engagement' of the week. It'd be easy to assume that I take part in speaking/writing engagements just to tell you what I think. Here's the truth. Amanda is a professional coach (Northern Value... Continue Reading →

Covid(eo Conferencing)-19

As the virus spreads so does the concern of the economic impact. The companies that are already offering remote working will see little to no disruption to their businesses. Twitter, Apple, Google, Microsoft, Amazon, Indeed, L'Oreal, Unilever, Nike, CNN, Microsoft, Crossrail, Dentsu, NTT, Hitachi and Nestle have restricted employee travel and/or closed offices because of... Continue Reading →

To infinity and beyond.

At some point you have probably heard the phrase, "You can't please everyone". Let's face it, every person will always have an opinion, right and wrong can often be subjective, we are all the unique product of our own experiences, and we all share different values and beliefs. If that isn't enough, there's also always... Continue Reading →

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