Monthly Archives: May 2019

Lectures & Talks Stunt Change!

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Why are we surprised that little changes after workshops? According to Mackenzie Reports, change takes action and talks lack what it takes. So why do secondary schools, universities and most organizations still meet daily to talk or deliver facts and expect change to follow? Have you seen it? Or do… Read more »

Words that Convert Conflict into Care

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No wonder we thank others for a kind response and we value the kind of friends who toss enormously generous suggestions into the ring, on any topic! But have you ever considered one key skill that converts conflict into care in a conversation? Think about your last online discussion where… Read more »

Igniting Innovative Leadership Within

More of us run from leaders lately, who stomp out innovative improvements or bully those who seek change. Innovative thinkers though tend to run more on their leader within. For the latter, it’s merely a matter of applying new neuro discoveries, and learning to manage risks that generate and launch… Read more »

What if People Became Our Capital?

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We enter each day with hidden and unused talents, yet how often do we end a day disappointed and frustrated? If too few opportunities exist for our original offerings we tend to emphasize negativity and brainpower gets wasted. We feel boxed in and disconnected from or critical of others and… Read more »

Lead Innovation from Where You Stand

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What problem lies in your way at the moment so that you feel unable to transform into an innovative solution? Once you identify that barrier, you set the stage for your brain based solution. Without question, organizational change can seem daunting at first glance. That’s why we start with new… Read more »