Maybe There Really Are Two Types Of People…

I have a certain attitude to risk, uncertainty, sudden change and uncomfortable challenges. It is not one my wife always appreciates. Nor my mum for that matter. It may be […]

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Goal Setting For Low Visibility

I’m having a great week this week. Like many of our team, I really really like having goals. The simpler the better. Lining up targets and knocking them down brings […]

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On Discontinuity and Hope

No notice was given that the world would stop. Nothing prepares you for that day. Amidst a barrage of tips on how to work from home or turn a business virtual, none of us have yet done the deep processing to put the events of Q1 2020 in perspective. That will come later.

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We got the Gold!

With our dear friends from Spirax Sarco Engineering Talent, last night we were invited to the Training Journal Awards Gala and jointly won the gold award for Best Commercial Programme. […]

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The Frustration:Motivation Conversion

Using the power of not being done. This article has been on my mind for a while. There’s a nagging thought… ‘I haven’t yet written that post about the frustration […]

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Meditation before Mediation

This is the seventh part of a 12-part series featuring snippets from our new book, Team by Team. The only team building book ever written by the actual team. You […]

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Patagonia: Let My People Go Surfing

Patagonia has experienced exceptional success throughout their 45 years in business, and is a globally-recognised, household name. As an environmentally conscious climbing & outdoor gear specialist the business has prioritised […]

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Achieving High-Performance The Walmart Way

Walmart is the largest retailer in the world. They fundamentally believe that purpose is paramount to business success. Despite being a corporate king that would dominate this high-performance territory, they […]

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