Many of us are feeling uncertain, unfocused and unproductive at the moment. My resilience was tested last week too. Not by the ongoing changes to the rules, not by the rapidly-dwindling pipeline, not
Leadership is tougher than ever right now, and making decisions can feel impossible – the rules are changing all time. Last week I witnessed a heated debate between two execs of a sports club – about
I know these are stressful times. Like many of us, I’ve got aging parents and a lack of loo roll on my mind. But I’m starting to see some upside, and as we know, practicing gratitude is
Change has changed, and so must we Even if we weren’t in the midst of the biggest disruption in a generation, research tells us that change has changed. Once the ‘critical’ change settles down, we’ll be
It used to make me anxious. Would I lose focus? Get lonely? Eat the contents of the fridge? Do housework instead of paid work? As a leader, I sometimes had the same thoughts about my team
The inevitability of ongoing change can feel pretty bleak at times. Let’s be honest, most of us hate even tiny changes like IOS updates – and disruption like climate and health are so much worse!
Spotting this Qantas livery when I was flying to Sydney a few weeks ago gave me quite a jolt! Were we really flying in a 60yo plane? Of course not – but
The HR Tech market continues to be ablaze; with People-related products emerging at an incredible pace. It’s like Tiffanys at Xmas – a dazzling array of bright, shiny, desirable things. You want them all. You can’t
It’s a leap year this year, so tomorrow – Feb 29 – feels like a ‘free’ day to me. I’ll be making the most of it – education in the morning, beach in the afternoon.
People don’t like surprises; research into emotional neuroscience shows that almost all reactions to surprise are negative. And yet we have traditionally kept org change plans a secret until the last minute – thus by design creating a ‘surprise!’