More apps in this post, continuing our theme with a different leader’s “apps I keep using“. Whether researching cars or holiday locations, it’s always useful to hear from experienced users. Once the lure of the ‘sexy demo‘ has worn off, how well does the item live up to its promise. So, as part of our new series focussing on apps that leaders find useful, I’m pleased to welcome back guest.. Read More
Books can help you do many things better, including asking a more beautiful question. If that sounds intriguing, so is the benefit that guest blogger William Buist has gained from this book. It’s a pleasure to welcome William back. You may recall that he has blogged for us here before, on topics including GDPR/external change and physical environments.
As we focus on developing your teams, I’m delighted to share why you need to focus on when? In his latest book, renowned business writer Daniel Pink, shares his extensive research on timing. In “When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing”, he makes a convincing case for us all to focus more on when to do different tasks. Despite being deeply researched, sharing evidence from a wide range of sectors,.. Read More
Having already prompted our readers to review what they achieved in 2017, let’s talk about how best to learn from failure. To tackle that emotional territory, I’m delighted to welcome back guest blogger Kevin Watson. Kevin is an experienced leadership coach & founder of My Own Coach. I know readers have found his previous posts, including one on behavioural flexibility, to be very useful & approachable. So, acting on feedback.. Read More
During the first week of this New Year, there’s still time to reflect on your progress in 2017. I hope our latest posts on goal setting for 2018 (and specific goals) have been useful. It is well worth taking time, to hone the right goals for this year, including spreading delivery across quarters. But, before finalising what to set as your new goals, have you taken time to learn from.. Read More
Ten years ago, in 2005, a group of people working in the field of knowledge management across UK & USA, coined the phrase ‘narrative leadership‘. So was born what might appear another fad in the field of leadership. Plenty of books were written & conferences attended. But, once the dust had settled, and HBR et al were talking about other topics, positive progress had been made. More CEOs made use of stories.. Read More