Rire c'est risquer de paraître fou,
Pleurer c'est risquer de paraître fragile,
Aller vers quelqu'un c'est risquer de… Continue
Added by Pierre Galeon on April 18, 2013 at 14:31 —
Added by Chris Grieve on April 14, 2013 at 7:38 —
Practising what I coach (preach?) and reflecting, with my own coach and with peer-coach-consultants, on the value I create for my clients and my unique approach to the work has led, over the last year, to a rethink and rebranding of my company. Here's a link to my latest blog about the visual results of that process: Making shift happen!
Added by Chris Grieve on March 5, 2013 at 8:38 —
My latest blog post exploring the connection between leadership, culture and the recently published review into the crisis in Australia's Olympic swimming team.
Added by Chris Grieve on February 20, 2013 at 9:19 —
Talking about helping to make shift happen, both personally and professionally. Check out my latest blog post: Banish the beige!
Added by Chris Grieve on January 23, 2013 at 4:53 —
We had a well attended event on Friday 19 October 2012 at Roots & Shoots in south London. David Sharman and I enjoyed presenting our ideas about influencing change using metaphors and stories.
Participants were introduced to Walt Disney's Creative Strategy and challenged to parallel process the three roles: the dreamer; the realist and the critic (or wise observer… Continue
Added by Chris Grieve on October 24, 2012 at 5:23 —
In the margins of many academic conferences poster presentations are well established means of communication. There are well established conventions, templates and guidelines. I am not aware, however, of poster presentations being used in leadership development programmes and I wonder if other AMED members have experience of this application of what can be, after all, a highly effective, completely original and very flexible form of communication.
Added by John Evans on September 15, 2012 at 1:14 —
In my new blog post I muse about the evil mastermind (according to some French journalists) behind Team GB cycling success! Go to The View From Zero Degrees to discover the secret.
Added by Chris Grieve on August 30, 2012 at 3:34 —
Added by Donal Carroll on June 27, 2012 at 5:57 —
My new post on my blog: The View From Zero Degrees.
Was Steve Jobs a master of transforming sacred cows into purple cows? How might you do that too?
I'd love to know what you think. Leave me a comment.
Added by Chris Grieve on March 13, 2012 at 8:15 —
My new post on my blog: The View From Zero Degrees.
How might your hedgehog factor influence the way you participate in teams and contribute (or otherwise) the effectiveness of teamwork?
Added by Chris Grieve on December 5, 2011 at 11:10 —
David thought you might be interested in reading my most recent newsletter - Corporate Education Insight. It gives an insight into some of my thinking and research relating to corporate education and organisation development, as well as some key issues/trends developing in the Australian workforce.
Please note, it is the 'Spring' edition in Australia:… Continue
Added by Lindsay Ryan on December 5, 2010 at 23:39 —
I was reminded horribly of our different attitudes to risk a few days ago, when we were roused just after 7.00 by a strange sound.
Turns out the wonderful man who's been cleaning windows in our street for over 15 years had fallen while washing our neighbour's windows.
A--- was lying there in next-door's front garden, his arm bent rather alarmingly under him.… Continue
Added by Penny Walker on October 29, 2010 at 10:01 —
As we wait for the details of the Comprehensive Spending Review it is clear that government departments, firms and individuals will have to respond and adapt to “new “ challenges. Here I suggest a way to tackle this, a methodology , that combines ideas from Action Learning (Reg Revans) with the… Continue
Added by paul maisey on October 19, 2010 at 7:43 —
Last time I flew for work was in 2007, running a workshop in the Netherlands. I had tried to find a way to go by boat and train, but couldn’t make the timings fit in with other commitments. The last time I flew for pleasure was so long ago that I can’t remember.
I have turned down all work that involves flying since then, but without being up-front about this. I say I’m unavailable or “I’m sure…
Added by Penny Walker on September 21, 2010 at 8:55 —
1) A four step checklist for leadership success. How would you/your team rate your performance ?… Continue
Added by paul maisey on August 11, 2010 at 4:15 —
As you may have noticed, I’m a process aficionado.
I love to hear about innovative ways of helping people have the conversations they need. I love to try out new processes as a facilitator and a participant. I network with fellow facilitators Continue
through AMED as well as the IAF and a facilitators’ group on linked-in. I read about unorthodox approaches, and…
Added by Penny Walker on July 2, 2010 at 5:21 —
These important newsletters may interest you.
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Syn-bio organisms need public scrutiny and controls – Call for immediate moratorium
The announcement from… Continue
Added by Bruce Cornock Nixon on June 7, 2010 at 7:25 —
I've been studying more and less successful networks to identify what works well. We discussed this topic at the recent St Albans AMED gathering. And these seem to be some of the characteristics:…
Added by Paul Z Jackson on March 27, 2010 at 4:05 —
As individuals and firms look for a competitive edge we are all urged to be more innovative and creative. Yet there are many myths around creativity that sometimes make it hard to know what works. Read on for fun creative ideas that are proven both practically and scientifically.… Continue
Added by paul maisey on February 26, 2010 at 7:47 —