23 Oct

5 Tips to stop feeling overwhelmed

5 Tips to stop feeling overwhelmed
5 Tips to stop feeling overwhelmed Ever felt like you can’t see the wood for the trees? Ask any leader today and they’ll tell you they’ve been overwhelmed. It might be workload, complexity, ambiguity, changeability, conflicting demands, fear of
14 Oct

3 ways to reduce friction in your team

3 ways to reduce friction in your team
3 ways to reduce friction in your team Our work-life is like a fast-moving sports game these days – we’re constantly adjusting, swerving, and switching to stay competitive. Like all sports teams, there are moments of friction where things
13 Oct

What will move the dial on Talent in 2020?

What will move the dial on Talent in 2020?
What will move the dial on Talent in 2020? Mercer’s 2019 Talent Trends study shows that 97% of executives expect to see increased competition for talent over the next 12 months and 52% already see the length of time it
08 Oct

Collaboration – avoiding a no or getting a yes?

Collaboration – more about avoiding a no than getting a yes?
Collaboration – avoiding a no or getting a yes? Be more collaborative. We’ve heard it before. But how do you generate true collaboration? • A new structure? • A new #collaboration platform? • More streamlined processes? All of the above
02 Oct

Why I don’t love demos

Why I don’t love demos
Why I don’t love demos. As a major buyer and early adopter of Talent Tech for the last decade (and developed products myself), I’ve seen a few demos in my time! I used to love them, but now I decline
25 Sep

Credit – a critical currency of culture

Credit – a critical currency of culture
Credit – a critical currency of culture Our workplaces are increasingly scrutinised for trust and fairness – giving rise to the notion of credit as a critical currency of culture. You know that moment when your hard work is accredited
10 Sep

Leadership – a crisis of confidence?

Leadership – a crisis of confidence?
Leadership – a crisis of confidence? One of my clients was tired last week. When I asked him why he said: “Work used to feel like intense sprints punctuated by rest periods. Now it feels like a marathon. At sprint
02 Sep

The Future of Work

The Future of Work
The Future of Work according to History of Work, I’m not convinced by the doomsayers who predict radical job losses due to the rise of automation. Human society has gained overall from every technological advancement since the