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The Great Recalibration

I was thinking, all this talk about The Great Resignation and Quiet Quitting perhaps is missing the point. People are quick to criticise and blame

Greatness is made, not born

We all love stories about child prodigies – but the truth is, you can build and develop greatness. It’s about having the right environment to

Talent is evenly distributed

Whilst talent is evenly distributed, opportunity is not. The colour of your skin, or your gender really doesn’t discriminate when it comes to talent. The

Odd socks day

I loved the “odd socks day” this month, which was actually held around the world on the 13th November. Essentially you get to wear odd

AI in the workforce

It dawns upon me that it isn’t really a question of: YOU vs AI, or even YOU vs a COLLEAGUE It’s more a question of:

No blame culture

It’s important to have a “no blame culture” but more important is that when you see someone blame another, you call it out. It’s important

Team time

The more time you spend, as a manager, in 1:2:1 with your team – the better the results. The links are proven, the question is:

Adam Grant

Adam Grant’s new book – Hidden Potential – is probably his finest work to date. We all are trained to look at test scores and

Friends (TV Show)

Why was Friends, the hit Tv show just so successful worldwide? Well, one of the writers put it down to the fact that the writing