These days it's less 'business as usual' and more 'change as usual' as our corporate environments (and world!) are in a constant state of flux. It means that change management itself is almost a dying trade being rapidly replaced by schools of thought around change leadership, agility and collaboration.
Article by 14 February 2017
2016 was a hard year for the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion agenda. 2017 is the year we will see the impact of many decisions taken in the external environment which since 2016 have started to create noise, uncertainty and a division not only in the UK, but in the world.
Article by 8 February 2017
Change Resistance Bingo: print out the card below, hand it out during a meeting where the plan is discussed. When you hear a phrase that resembles a phrase on the card, tick the box. If you do not like the plan, use one or more of the phrases on the card. In that way, you can both slow down the plan and win the Change Resistance Bingo.
Article by 6 February 2017
This professes to be a self-help manual but it goes much further than that, serving as an excellent text book on neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) and something I had not come across before, Multiple Brain Integration Theory.
Article by 2 February 2017
For most of us, appraisals are done, 2016 bonuses and/or promotions agreed and we’re marching headfirst into the business priorities of 2017.
Article by 26 January 2017
We are living in the new age of ‘wonder’ where astute questions put us on the path of fascinating possibilities through the allure of utopian manifestations coupled with the sinister beckoning of dystopian outcomes.
Article by 24 January 2017
Organisations are much richer than simple processes and the simple approaches of fixing broken processes don’t work well with organisational change; However, Appreciative Inquiry can help to empower real, positive change.
Article by 19 January 2017
It's almost 30 years to the day that I took my first steps into the challenging career of Human Resources. Of course it has changed its name a few times and suffered its fair share of esoteric guru's but generally the direction of travel and key purpose has remained unchanged.
Article by 16 January 2017
Some of the things I enjoy being a Management Consultant are wide ranges of networking prospects, traveling across globe and opportunities to work across industries on a broad range of HR projects. In past one and a half years, I ... View Article
Article by 10 January 2017
A pair of piercing eyes gazes deeply into the labyrinth of city streets through the laminated windows of an opulently furnished penthouse. From above, the manifestation of life seems to be an unremitting march of insects moving at a frenzied ... View Article
Article by 6 January 2017