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How our comfort zone limits us

This week’s earlier post on “Why do we Blog not Vlog?” brought about a range of interesting and informed responses including a few short videos on Vine, YouTube & Periscope. There’s lots of rich thinking there so please do go back and digest. My overwhelming sense of the answer to my question is linked to comfort zones. … Continue reading

Why do we blog not vlog?

About 18 months ago my son posted his first YouTube video. It was a neat little 2 minute “how to” video for Minecraft. Yesterday I realised that it has had more views than all of my blog posts in the last 18 months. That’s a little sobering don’t you think? Now there are differences in … Continue reading

There is always time for what is worthwhile

So week three of daily blogging and it appears I’ve not run out of things to write about. Even on the busiest of days there is always time to pen something that feels worthwhile. Something to remember perhaps. Anyway I hope you the reader have been enjoying this weeks fare… Brilliantly Flawed – an insight into my … Continue reading

Inspiration & sharing

In my second week of this daily blogging routine I’ve found inspiration from a number of sources very much connected to the work that I do… “A bit of a kicking” – a funny way to start the week perhaps but some things we do have to bear… Do you really want a “Coaching Culture” – … Continue reading

Sharing and challenging?

This week, I’ve blogged on a range of professional interests… Valued or Harmful Challenge? – looking at what it takes to create meaningful challenge; Rapport and chemistry in Coaching? – challenging perceptions of rapport in coaching; Reverse Mentoring – backwards thinking? – challenging issues of power, language and application in mentoring; Context in Exploration – looking at how we … Continue reading

Blogsquadding and Questioning

CIPD L&D Show 2015 #CIPDLDSHOW Like many others, I’m London bound to get ready for the CIPD’s annual L&D show at Olympia. A veritable smorgasborg of speaker sessions, workshops, taster sessions and of course exhibitors awaits the thousands who will descend there over the next couple of days. The lovely folks at CIPD have asked some … Continue reading

Engaging Socially in 2015

I joined LinkedIn back in 2004. I joined Twitter (@changecontinuum) in 2008. The company website (www.changecontinuum.com) went live early 2010. I also started blogging on Blogger in 2010 but I hated what I wrote, deleted it all and restarted in January 2011. A couple of years later I shifted from Blogger to this WordPress site. Over time, I’ve looked … Continue reading

Change Advocacy

Who advocates change in your organisation? How do they advocate it? Who do they advocate it to? All important Change Leadership questions but just as important if not more so is the question of what impact is that advocacy having? After all, the purpose of advocacy is to build authentic support for the change(s) you … Continue reading

Contrary, Curious or Bored?

A few of you might have noticed a little post I pushed out yesterday titled Do Not Read!.  To a large extent I was exploring the curiosity we have when we notice a new blog post is published.  I was also perhaps mischievously seeing what would happen… Would people read a post clearly marked “do … Continue reading

We have moved!

After much deliberation, I’ve decided to move from Blogger to this new WordPress site! The old blog at http://peopleperformancepotential.blogspot.co.uk will remain in place but will no longer be updated. All of the old posts and comments have been migrated over apart the the very last post Celebrations, Winners & the Closing Ceremony. I hope you … Continue reading

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