“Looking forward to…” Words I haven’t said out loud in a while. A lot of what I’m looking forward to is in mindmaps, safe in a secret location. I’m back to using mindmaps as a thought clarifying process. They’re great for brainstorming and outlining processes. I like to pencil in details while having the entire picture in sight.
To improve in an ongoing way, leaders must always make course corrections. There is no way things get better without changes. For anyone or any organisation to get better, checking in on performance is alone is not enough. A feedback loop is necessary. Leaders must see what is working well and why it is so. This […]
When it comes to leadership, tranquil is as common as unicorns. If there’s no unrest in leading you’re either delusional, doing it wrong or both. Leading involves unrest and frustration. Unrest with the status quo and a frustration to realise an unseen future. Addressing the status quo in pursuit of mission is messy. Chaos is guarantee […]
Perceptions inform our reality. <WAFFLE> “Our reality” is not necessarily (true) reality itself. Thus perceptions can influence how you experience what you perveice to be real. </WAFFLE> They are not reality per se. In leading ourselves and others, there will always be the challenge of differentiating perceived reality and reality itself. The danger of deceiving […]
Leaders are responsible not only for the direction of their organisation or team but when they arrive at different milestones. Change and innovation happen at the pace leaders determine. Every leader is a custodian of her enterprise’s pace. The pace of leaders and enterprise is connected. The one determines (or should) determine the other. By […]