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India

“Wings of Women”

Woman  you run the World! Woman you stun the World! You are Unique, You are you, You need no evidence, You need no proof! You can instill life in dead, You can still have doubts in your head, But you have a life full of joy ahead! Take some Charge, Make some Change, There is […]

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Netherlands

Is innovative behavior for the happy few? No, it is right on your doorstep

Is innovative behavior for the happy few? No, it is right on your doorstep. What can you do to become more innovative? Innovation seems to be THE buzz word for 2019. What worked yesterday, is not guaranteed to work tomorrow, is a phrase often used by our clients. They look for ways, instead of hiring […]

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United Arab Emirates

The psychosynthesis of work and life

“The starting point is curiosity: pondering why the default exists in the first place.” – Adam Grant, Originals

When the war stories told in the workplace are primarily about what people have sacrificed for the company, there is an assumption presented: “In order to be valued here, you need to be willing to let work take over.” Beneath that, there is another assumption: “Work and life are separate things.”

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United Kingdom

The psychosynthesis of work and life

“The starting point is curiosity: pondering why the default exists in the first place.” – Adam Grant, Originals

When the war stories told in the workplace are primarily about what people have sacrificed for the company, there is an assumption presented: “In order to be valued here, you need to be willing to let work take over.” Beneath that, there is another assumption: “Work and life are separate things.”

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United Kingdom

Is this it? (and other questions leaders ask themselves)

Today’s unpredictable world, characterised by disruption and constant change, requires different leadership, that starts with asking different questions.

What guides your actions? How do you stay true to what you believe in? How is what you’re doing making a difference? Can you deliver what matters? And are you delivering what matters the most? Failing to ask such questions means you’re unlikely to be inspiring your organisation and you risk being left behind. You might be managing the day-to-day, but you’re not thriving or moving beyond the horizon of your last plan. 

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United Arab Emirates

To leave or stay? When core values conflict with your leader

As we grow as leaders, we become more aware of our values. Often this is a process of discovery as we learn how to separate our own beliefs from unhealthy principles we may have been taught in the past. When we begin to outwork our newly unearthed values, we can experience resistance from the organisations we work within. This can be the teething problems of growing together as a company, but sometimes it can come from the people we are directly responsible to. So what should you do when your own values and those of your leader are in conflict?

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United Kingdom

To leave or stay? When core values conflict with your leader

As we grow as leaders, we become more aware of our values. Often this is a process of discovery as we learn how to separate our own beliefs from unhealthy principles we may have been taught in the past. When we begin to outwork our newly unearthed values, we can experience resistance from the organisations we work within. This can be the teething problems of growing together as a company, but sometimes it can come from the people we are directly responsible to. So what should you do when your own values and those of your leader are in conflict?

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