Monthly Archives: September 2020

TECH UPSKILLING

A client shared a difficult situation they were facing. They were working closely with an expert in innovation and business ideas who has been in the field for around 20 years. The issue that arose was that the ideas didn’t translate well from the face to face model to an online environment. The expert was […]

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HOW IS YOUR TEAM?

I was discussing a team’s performance with their manager recently and what emerged was, that although the team is performing very well and are highly engaged, their manager is worried they will burn out. The team is working long hours virtually and made up of young professionals all trying to achieve milestones and advance their […]

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IN YOU WE TRUST

COVID has brought about vast changes in the way we work. With employees being forced to work from home becoming the new norm, managers have had to place more trust in them to ensure that work is done. Some managers have been able to do this more easily than others. For managers that don’t have […]

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LOST IN TRANSITION

A leader I am working with is seeking to make profound change within his organisation and feels that it should be done without creating waves. It has raised a perplexing question for me – Is it possible to create change without making waves? My sense is that we can’t inspire change without encountering some resistance. […]

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