Free webinar – The DNA of Adaptive Intelligence

By Graeme Codrington Understanding the importance of adaptive intelligence in readiness for tomorrow’s challengesThis webinar will explore the ‘DNA of adaptive intelligence’.  Everyone is telling us that both individuals and organisations need ‘to be adaptive’ but what does this actually mean?  Evolutionary biology teaches us that it is not the strongest or fittest (and to […]

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Tuesday Tip: Future Proof Your Team – Develop a Curiosity Culture

By Buhle DlaminiOver the past decade massive global companies have shut their doors ‘overnight’. The truth is, it didn’t happen overnight, warnings of disruptive forces that threatened their future existence went unheeded, until…BOOM! In our Tomorrow’s World Today offering, we help clients to prepare for the major forces shaping the future. As the world changes […]

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Respect: what it means to different people

By Keith CoatsRespect is important currency in all relationships and whilst it may sound simple, the reality is, it is far from simple.How respect is given and received is strongly nuanced by personality, culture and context. Understanding these nuances is the key to practicing respect. Most organisations list ‘respect’ as a core value and yet […]

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Adaptive Leaders Mind the Gap between Rhetoric and Reality

By Keith CoatsAccording to author Richard Dobbs (No Ordinary Disruption) in 1950 a company occupied its place on the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index (S&P 500) for an average of 60 years. By 2011 that span had dropped to 18 years. More concerning is that Dobbs predicts that by 2027, 75% of currently listed companies […]

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Managing Millennials

By Graeme Codrington PROBLEM: The youngest staff members in my team don’t seem to be proactive or committed to completing tasks – how can I get through to them and explain the importance of doing what I need them to do?DIAGNOSIS: I am not a fan of the popular put-downs of the Millennial generation. You know […]

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