I’m running an event in Melbourne on 12 August at 6.30pm. You can find the details here. But first some background: Like it or not, we live in revolutionary times. Everywhere I go I find conversations about working in a
This is the eighth in a series of Ten Keys to High Performing Teams. This article looks at the role that conflict resolution plays in workplace performance. Conflict, like change, is inevitable. But it does not have to be destructive.
This is the third in a series of posts exploring 10 keys to getting high performing teams. This one looks at the third key: aligning personal goals with organisational goals. A recent article in Fast Company magazine made some interesting
From my own learning and observations, one of the biggest barriers to trust in the workplace, and by extension to productivity, is the habits of blame and shame that manifest into toxic blaming and low-trust cultures. Brené Brown has been
This is the first of a promised series of posts exploring 10 keys to getting high performing teams. This one looks at having the right people in the right jobs. A key part of this comes at the recruiting stage.
Back in February I travelled to India to participate in an international conference, Dialogue on Democracy, in Panchgani, Maharashtra. I was last there 27 years ago so it was interesting to reconnect with familiar places and faces and also to
We all make mistakes – even the best of us. What sets us apart is how we respond to those mistakes. For companies and organisations, these are the situations when corporate ethics are put to the reality test. A few
This is the fifth in a series of articles on frameworks for understanding and managing diversity. Part 1 looked at different developmental stages. Part 2 looked at the huge issue of cultural diversity. Part 3 looked at the sensitive question
This is the fourth in a series of articles on frameworks for understanding and managing diversity. Part 1 looked at different developmental stages. Part 2 looked at the huge issue of cultural diversity. Part 3 looked at the sensitive question