Category Archives for "Curiosity and Storytelling"

Seeing the walking cow

By Keith Coats   The Problem:I am not sure my team is ‘seeing all that there is to see’ as we try to make sense of (insert your specific challenge here). The Solution: ​‘Seeing the walking cow’? Let me explain. I was travelling in a train the other day idling looking out the window at the passing English […]

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Access TomorrowToday’s most requested keynote presentation when Graeme Codrington hosts our upcoming free webinar and uncovers the disruptive forces shaping the world today.  This session looks at the future and at the new attitudes and actions required from your people. The webinar focuses on how your people and leaders can respond, by understanding the nature of […]

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Phenomenology, Seeing and Stories

Phenomenology, Seeing and Stories – a hidden secret in plain sight

By Keith Coats Albert Szent-Gyorgy, an American biochemist, observed: “Discovery consists in seeing what everybody has seen and thinking what nobody has thought”. Whilst some may find this rather natural – call them the ‘gifted few’, the good news is that the ability to ‘think differently’ can be nurtured and developed. There is a philosophical tradition known as […]

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Creating a reading culture

By Keith Coats The Problem:Fit bodies, fat minds: My team aren’t reading…which means we might not be learning! “My team aren’t reading and I fear that will impact on our ability and need to learn” said a CEO to me recently. It is a legitimate concern when one understands the fundamental importance of learning in building the […]

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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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