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Intuition - Why It's Time To Listen To Our Third Brain!

April 06, 2017
General Colin Powell is widely acknowledged as an excellent military and political leader. He invokes a rule around decision-making where P = 40-70. P is the probability of success and 40-70 the percentage of information required to make a decision....
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Adaptability – And Why We Need It In Our Talent Toolbox

January 10, 2017
Attempting to stay ahead in the change game is a dizzying task. There’s so much going on in every direction and it’s impossible to follow everything. But there are some clear trends. One of them is that big cumbersome organisations are increasingly...
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Explore Your Intuition for Agile Living

November 17, 2016
Gut feelings, hunches and... intuitive insights. Often dismissed, they are part of the human ability called ‘intuition'. You may have noticed the discomfort of your boss if you've ever asked him or her to trust you because you were certain a...
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How Teaching Can Help You Learn

October 23, 2016
We all teach, even if we don't recognise our actions as teaching. Showing a child how to swim, explaining how to set up a report, or coaching a little league game all showcase teaching skills. The ability to teach has enormous value and can lead to...
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Influence – All We Have When Authority Has Left The Building

August 31, 2016
How do we make ourselves heard in a world and a marketplace where everyone is shouting? That’s a question we need to answer, both to win in a commercial sense, but also perhaps to create our own sense of calm and purpose. I spent my early business...
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Putting Agility At The Heart Of Everything

May 04, 2016
When we talk about ‘Command and Control’ leadership models, we often use examples derived from the military. We envisage a small number of Generals defining objectives, creating strategies and then handing down unquestioned orders through the ‘chain...
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360 Feedback - The Gift That Keeps On Giving

October 14, 2014
I was paging through the LinkedIn ‘Pulse’ section the other day, and stumbled upon a post (the author shall remain nameless) that advocated against using anonymous 360-degree feedback. The story wasn’t about the ‘5 things you should be careful about...
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Using The Skills Of Neuroleadership In Caring For A Loved One With Alzheimers

October 05, 2014
Over the past year, neuroscience, and in particular, its application in leadership, or Neuroleadership, has become the focus of my professional life. From day one, stepping into this field of research and study into the wonders of the human brain...
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Why Not Democratise Neuroscience?

September 24, 2014
Today, founder of SharpBrains - Alvaro Fernandez interviewed our CEO  on her view of why we need to democratise neuroscience and leadership.  Join us at the Sharp­Brains Sum­mit - Oct 28-30th The SharpBrains Virtual Summit fea­tures over 30 of the...
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