Introverts, extroverts and all the people in between

By Graeme Codrington There is some debate over the value of personality profiles, especially those that are fairly blunt instruments and create large “boxes” in which to put people. And yet, we know for sure that profiling tools are valuable, and are used in many important and valuable ways every day. The most common of these […]

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The Best Medicine – finding out you are wrong.

By Keith Coats  The Problem:My team (or even as an individual) we / I have difficulty admitting when I am wrong. I have come to realise that this unhelpful intransigence is putting a handbrake on our (my) ability to challenge orthodoxies, to unlearn and accept ownership of things that aren’t working and then doing something about […]

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Webinar replay: Leading Difference Differently

Hosted by Keith Coats  Leading difference differently will emerge as the predominant leadership challenge shaping the future. Current initiatives, although well intended, have deliver a ‘political correctness’ that at times takes us further from where we need to be rather than providing meaningful and authentic engagement.The problem is not our difference but our inability to recognize, […]

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Standing on the words of Giants

By Keith Coats  The Problem:Our team conversations have grown stale. We are in a state of ‘death by agenda’ and there is no spark, zip or animated discussion anymore. What can I do?The Solution:Borrow something from a ‘literary Master’. Find a paragraph or some dialogue from a great novel that you introduce as a springboard to […]

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