As expected, the Brexit political carnage has continued this week – but there is progress, and significant at that, towards the choice of party leader and ultimately prime minister of the country. The candidate list has now been whittled down… Read More ›
You, the Leader!
You and me are called upon to lead everyday of our lives. However, leading, interesting as it is for many and at times a near addiction, comes with incredible challenges. The challenges make ‘leading-effectively’ difficult, but not impossible.
How can leaders be effective at their work?
Last week – the Brexit melodrama continued unabated and with the Conservative party leadership race not lacking individuals that purport to be able future PM’s, things are getting noisier. Indeed, the leading contender has referred to the situation as cacophonous… Read More ›
Like many of you, we often read online content. Typically, we scan RSS feeds over a cup of millet porridge in the evening – we recently read content on Quora about Air Force One, the plane that moves the US… Read More ›
We are primarily an OD. blog and apolitical in every sense of the word. However, on some occasions, we infer lessons from the political sphere, without necessarily becoming political ourselves. There are extremely good lessons for OD. practitioners like leaders… Read More ›
We are currently reading an interesting book – Design thinking for school leaders by A.Gallagher and K.Thordarson. The book explores how sustainable change happens in traditionally unchangeable education industry in the USA. Apparently – there is much that contemporary change… Read More ›
There may be no other country on earth, where diversity and inclusion – at every level, but more so the corporate and political spheres where power and influence are vested in the hands of a privileged and powerful class, are… Read More ›