Category Archives: Leadership

Using Old Psychometrics in Business and a Sharp Pair of Scissors

This weekend a number of challenging conversations led us to ponder how we can support colleagues and clients to use business tools to express themselves and reach their full potential. It was 11am in London, and a worried mother shot … Continue reading

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Free Schools, The Gates of Heaven and Leadership

It’s been an exhilarating experience being part of the new Free School experiment sweeping the UK – we’re a community with the opportunity to build a school that reflects our values and ethos, and this week the doors of Eden … Continue reading

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Accountability, The Oz Principle, and the colour of magic.

When a colleague you respect recommends a book on accountability you can take it the wrong way and ignore him, or go to Amazon and buy it. That’s what I did and the book was almost finished by the weekend. It led … Continue reading

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Business and archaic training tools

50 years on from Carl Jung’s death, it was interesting to read the BBC’s Mark Vernon reflecting on how Jung would see the world today. As the father of modern personality tests and a pioneer in helping humans see the … Continue reading

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A question of Feedback- How honest is your leadership?

Back in the early 90’s, as a sales manager buying training services I was swayed by our training providers well compiled “feedback” reports that demonstrated 8 out of 10 cats preferred their training. As the person charged with demonstrating return … Continue reading

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