Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Different Kind of Culture Change

As some of you may know, my former career was as a biologist focusing on ecology, reptiles and marine ecosystems.  But I have always been a wilderness freak and my favourite place on earth for an experience of real wilderness … Continue reading

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Digitise or Rethink?

One of the recent trends in modern corporations concerned with efficiency, carbon footprints and sustainability is replacing the traditional printed board pack (the large number of pages a Board member is required to read and review prior to an upcoming board … Continue reading

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Culture Change is not an initiative . . .

“When the rate of change on the outside is greater than the rate of change on the inside, the end is near.”   ~Jack Welch There is a huge misconception at all levels of the business world that culture change … Continue reading

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Just What Is Effective Leadership?

  Leadership is like the Buddah with many faces! Under certain circumstances, leadership can look very different and the responsibilities of leadership change depending upon the situation.  Some call this concept, “situational leadership” and in one sense is a good … Continue reading

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