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A NEW HOPE

Originally posted on Murmuration:
In a recent blogpost, the never less than excellent Doug Shaw discussed the challenge facing those who are seeking to overhaul our education system and in so doing referred to some startling facts about the loss over time of the skill of divergent thinking. A skill that seems vital for the…

what do you mean it was a great meeting?

Originally posted on fool (with a plan):
Compelling. Rejuvenating. Energizing. How often do people use those words to describe a daylong meeting focused on updating annual goals? How often do participants come away saying it was their best meeting all their years at the company? How often do they send thank you notes and stop…

Does Love Have a Role in the Workplace?

Originally posted on Joining The Dots:
I went to a lunch time seminar a while ago. We ate nice food and discussed some fairly arcane topics.  One was, “Does love have a role in the workplace?”.  At first I thought that was a weird one. The group was a mix from business and the public…

Badge of honour

Originally posted on Project Libero:
Last year I started working with a new organisation. Freebridge Community Housing. My very first days work for them was running some small sessions at their staff conference. As Margaret Burnside & I packed up, I decided to keep my name badge as a little memento. I justified it on…

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