We find insight and knowledge constantly during our work. It is what allows us to create change and guide leaders. We use knowledge to inspire innovation and build success.
Here, we share our insights and knowledge.
In a very crowded, noisy world of opinions on how to think, feel and behave during a pandemic, we offer our observations to you humbly, in the almost certain expectation that it’ll all be different next week, month, year…
Agile, nimble thinking and decision-making has always been the foundation stone of innovation. In 2020 and beyond, these will be the defining hallmarks of future success.
“If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants” Isaac Newton
A good mentor provides the shoulders that their mentoree needs to stand on to see, and go, further
What can we learn about innovation from an old, old clock?
Olsen, a poet, an astronomer, a weaver, a locksmith and a clockmaker overcame obstacle after obstacle to dream up, design and create one of Denmark’s most famous icons.
Calling time on change management
How can we move from change management and viewing change as a one off event to viewing change as an ongoing process?
“Leadership is not something you do in addition to your job. It is your job.”
How do you break the cycle of being very busy, maxed out even, yet not achieving your goals in a way that’s more compatible with how you’d like to lead your life?
Are you doing everything?
When you hold on to everything and insist on doing it yourself, you take away the opportunity for those around you to grow and develop.
Are we expecting too much of the modern-day leader?
Who can we depend upon to lead our organisations and connect the purpose and meaning of work to everyday activity so that people can become more engaged at an emotional level?
What can we learn about innovation from Formula 1?
“Pulling off the perfect pit stop requires remarkable teamwork and communication, as split second decisions can make or break a race.”
Learn how you can use innovation every day
Can you imagine an organisation without innovation? The ability to innovate is something that we must all have, and nurture, if we are to be successful as individuals and as teams.
Every team goes through times when it experiences levels of stress and pressure.
The thought of stepping back to reflect can feel impossible to achieve when you just need to “get things done”. Here are 5 ways you can step back to get ahead.
So what’s it like to be yourself? Only you know the answer to that!
If you want to make some changes, here’s 5 things to consider to ‘Be Yourself’ more often.
Your behaviours are always on display
As a leader, everything you do is seen by others and has an impact on them. You have influence, even when are not deliberately influencing.
Taking a break, it seems, is not always relaxing.
What can we do to make sure that Christmas doesn’t become just another time-consuming to-do list?
How can you help or motivate others if you’re not helping or motivated yourself?
Are you feeling a certain amount of overwhelm in your life? Are you working long hours? Saying yes to everything, yet wishing you could say no at times?
Do you have a product or service that is starting to move towards the end of its shelf life?
What steps can you take to inject new life, to reinvigorate it and make it more relevant?How can it become more useful and valuable?