A quick post sharing experiences from running my first solo workshop held last Friday… 1 – doing teaches you so much more than just thinking. 2 – an engaged audience is great 3 – watch for participant reactions – is there confusion, clarity, interest, smiles 4 – small steps are still steps 5 – must …

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Event 28-2: Managers and Behavioural Insights

Introduction workshop for managers. On 28th February I am running a workshop for managers. It will look at managers and application of behavioural insights.  After this you will be able to review your work situations and create simple, easy to introduce changes, leveraging behavioural insights that enable you to get the best from your teams. …

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MANAGING messes

MANAGING messes Here’s a great quote from Russell Ackoff: “Managers are not confronted with problems that are independent of each other, but with dynamic situations that consist of complex systems of changing problems that interact with each other. I call such situations messes… Managers do not solve problems, they manage messes.” It makes you view …

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MANAGING legacy

MANAGING legacy With the Six Nations rugby starting, here’s a quick rugby-themed post. There’s a great book called LEGACY by James Kerr about the New Zealand All Blacks and what they can teach us about business. The 15 chapters weaving sport, business, approach, environment and philosophy are all highly informative, but I think three are …

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