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.
For those who missed the webinar this morning, here is the replay. I very much enjoyed our “Candid Conversation” with Ian Berry, Founder of the Talent Enhancers Tribe. We talked about how to create trust, the importance of community and
This is the first of a series of ten blog posts where I will expand on each of the ten keys to high performing teams that I have identified. Watch out for future posts over the coming weeks. But first
Guest blog from Ian Berry, creator of the Enhancing Their Gifts system This is the second of three articles about why I believe that helping your employees to feel valued, fulfilled, and loved is the biggest and best thing you
Discovering the Other goes hand in hand with Discovering Yourself. You cannot have one without the other. On the one hand, you cannot discover your own identity except, as J Krishnamurti puts it, ‘through the mirror of relationships’. All of
People who love to win arguments love the “straw man” argument technique (also known in the UK as an “Aunt Sally”). This is how it works: Instead of arguing with your opponent’s position head on, you construct a false version
Last weekend I spent some time writing to all the companies who advertise on Alan Jones’ 2GB Radio show. For non-Aussies, I should explain that Alan Jones is a Sydney based ‘shock jock’. A right-wing radio talk-show host. He doesn’t
This is the seventh, and last (for now) 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 of religious
Miscommunication is a common cause of workplace conflict. In these cases, successful conflict resolution requires improving communications skills and understanding our communications filters. Every second our senses send millions and millions of bits of information to our brains for processing.