Be an Arrow and Not a Square

According to research, “85 per cent of working adults cannot tell you their organisation’s most important goals.” There are many reasons for this. Team goals are often vague, complex, overly generic, or (if we’re honest) simply non-existent!

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The Out-Of-Office Reply That Will Change Your Life

After my annual holidays I didn’t have a single email to respond to. Sounds unusual but here’s why — I set an out-of-office reply to let people know that I would delete all emails on my return…

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Humility: The One Thing You Need to Be A Great Leader

Humility is not generally celebrated as a key leadership trait within corporate culture. It is under-valued, poorly understood and rarely recruited against when selecting senior leaders. Yet research shows that humility is essential for anyone in a position of power.

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Penguins, Elephants & The Art of Change

Change Management… the dark art of changing things when change is hard. Here are two great books on change that are worth reading or getting re-acquainted with — Switch and Our Iceberg Is Melting.

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Two Outstanding Books To Make You More Productive

If you could choose just 2 productivity books to read, what might they be? In this post, we reveal our favourite productivity books of all time and how they have helped us to shift the way we work.

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How To Be Productive By Doing Nothing

In a penalty shootout, goalkeepers must choose their action before they know which way the ball will go. Is it better to dive left or right? The answer might surprise you – it’s usually best do nothing at all…

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