Monthly Archives: January 2019

21 Leadership Mistakes to Avoid

21 Leadership Mistakes to Avoid 21 Leadership Mistakes to Avoid is a report based on the premise that we all make mistakes. In over 30 years as a coaching psychologist I have made many. Some have resulted in new learning that led to the creation of new models, tools and techniques that have helped many […]

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Inspirational vision; inspirational future

Inspirational vision; inspirational future. With yet another large company going down amid accusations of corruption, mismanagement and incompetence, we will, yet again, ask why.  Yes, again,  the same answers will be provided; yes, again they will be meet with universal agreement; yes, again, the day after tomorrow ‘business as usual’ will be resumed, and, yes, […]

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The creation mistaken

The creation mistaken. How can you get staff to generate vast numbers of ideas, systematically, and reliably, in real time, on demand? In response to that question many people make the mistake of thinking: “We can generate enough ideas. That’s not where the problem is. It’s in implementation.” Let’s pick that apart. Let’s examine… The […]

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Psychotherapy breakthrough?

Psychotherapy breakthrough ? Psychotherapy is hugely ineffective. Only around 30% of therapy clients improve as a result of therapy. If you have studied the placebo effect you will know that figure. To be clear: therapy is no more effective than a placebo. In fact, in many cases a placebo is more effective. Why is therapy […]

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Call time on L and D waste!

Call time on L and D waste 82%* of leaders say that their organisation does not have the talent to realise their strategy. If you can’t get the talent you need, here’s why: your HR/L and D department. They didn’t deliver last year, they didn’t deliver the year before; it’s time to accept that they […]

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