May 2015 Blog Posts (4)

Steamrollers are not nimble!

 Sometimes when I hear people discussing the issues they are currently facing in work I count my blessings that I have been lucky over my career to have worked for some great challenger leaders. One in particular, who I will keep anonymous, I could talk about at length for so many positive reasons, but for the purposes of this blog I want to discuss his notion of “the nimble…


Added by Mandy Bennett on May 12, 2015 at 10:00 — No Comments

Moments of Strewth*

My work often means having conversations with people about their careers.  It always fascinates me to discover the paths we all take to end up where we are.  When I started in business, in the 80s, it felt like the paths were well trodden and straightforward.  By starting at point A, it was quite easy to predict that retirement would come at point D, via B and C. 

As time has…


Added by Nick Mabey on May 9, 2015 at 15:30 — No Comments

Feeling My Way

My personal development over the last year has moved in two parallel directions: an inward journey into previously unexplored areas of my self; and the outward journey of my self in the world.  In both directions I’ve discovered places I didn’t know existed.  They weren’t on my maps before.  I know that others have found these places before me, and much earlier in their lives.  But I’m…


Added by Kenneth Hogg on May 8, 2015 at 10:00 — No Comments

Holiday In Jakarta

Have you ever seen the musical 'Holiday in Jakarta'? The plot is far fetched (as is the plot in many musicals), it's about a local restaurateur who begins poisoning tourists because he's fed up with them invading his beautiful island. If your answer was 'no' then I'm not surprised. It's very unlikely that you would have seen it given that it was only ever performed once. Similarly…


Added by Asher Rickayzen on May 4, 2015 at 17:30 — No Comments

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