Where to get good news

By Graeme Codrington The amount of information we have to process every day can get quite overwhelming – at work, online, in newspapers, radio and television, advertising and magazines. It can be unbelievable! Go beyond that and think about fake news, the great story of 2016-2017 and we realize that we’re in trouble.I have two […]

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Sleepwalking through leadership: neglecting story

By Keith Coats Margaret Wheatley has said that leadership is the simple act of stepping forward. Leading in today’s volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous world – or what is commonly referred to as ‘VUCA’ requires a leadership response, unlike anything we have known in the past. One could even take the ‘VUCA’ acronym and spin it […]

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A practical exercise to get your team to think differently

By Keith Coats The Problem:I need to get my team to ‘think differently’ – to come up with a ‘better way of doing things’ – how can I get them to understand this in order to find this ‘better way’? The Solution:Here is a fun and participative exercise that will help achieve this outcome.If you have a […]

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Six things you need to know to be a future-fit leader

By Graeme Codrington Currently I am engaged in a series of workshops for chief executives from throughout the United Kingdom. These are business leaders of businesses from a variety of sectors and with annual turnovers ranging from £90m to £4m and with staff compliments from hundreds to 50. The workshops are focused on ‘leading in a […]

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