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Out of whack: where are you on the alignment scale?

I was recently having my bod cunningly realigned by my Mctimoney practitioner and it got me thinking about the nature of misalignment in some of the organizations I coach in. A few days later I revisited an article by Daniel … Continue reading

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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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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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