Category Archives: Motivation and Employee Engagement

Have you the key that turns the lock?

I’ve spent decades advising on strategy, strategic frameworks, business growth plans, organisational development, and policy / service improvements. Don’t get me wrong that was really interesting but now I’m much more fascinated by the nature of human existence and how … Continue reading

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Groundhog Day: how you can make it work for you!

Remember the 1993 film Groundhog Day? It starred Bill Murray as Phil Connors, the annoyingly cynical and rather arrogant meteorologist. It was supposed to be a comedy but there was a really creepy element running through it, the idea that … Continue reading

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Motivation: your not so silent partner?

I have been pondering on a rare but interesting phenomenon, that of the naturally talented or skilled individual for whom their gift of being ‘good at what they do’ is a bit of burden. Weird right? But it does happen … Continue reading

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