Changing Oneself

Last month, I was invited by one of my clients to speak to a forum of company directors on the subject of “Identifying Personal Roadblocks”. I was pleased by their choice of topic, as it revealed some insight into the intimate connection between personal and professional development. I’ve been reflecting on the presentation I gave […]

Managing Your Household (Part 1)

“To put the world in order, we must first put the nation in order; to put the nation in order, we must first put the family in order; to put the family in order; we must first cultivate our personal life; we must first set our hearts right.” – Confucius What Get’s Measured, Get’s Managed What […]

Adaptive Leadership vs Adapting

This week, I’m writing to you from Harvard University in Boston. I’m attending an intensive eight-day executive education program called “The Art and Practice of Leadership Development” between 8-15 May 2015. I’m part of a learning community of 70 peers (from almost as many countries and walks of life) focused on The Leadership Pipeline – […]

Adapting to Change

Some executives thrive in times of change. Others fail. Is it lack of vision or strategy? Rarely. Sustained high performance demands consistent execution. In a volatile and uncertain world of escalating complexity and increasing ambiguity, we need dynamic people and enterprises that competently adapt to change. Download the full article here… The Story of Adapting […]