In these difficult times, it’s important to carve out clear space for the leadership development that will help us adapt and thrive. And, wherever possible, we should aim to create calm places of learning and engagement for teams to connect, problem-solve, and support...
Everyday, it seems we are confronted with new and unprecedented challenges. As we recover from the bushfires, and as the impact of COVID-19 unfolds, how do we lead through crisis and disruption? One answer lies in buoyancy.
In our latest article for Training & Development magazine, Natalie Richardson explores how leaders can use the science of nutrition to enhance learning and development outcomes.
Here, we present our case for partnering: why creating partnerships is a key contemporary leadership skill, and one of the greatest resources for value creation.
In 2019, we are sharing our Horizontal Leadership research anew. New model, same sentiment: What we achieve alone cannot compare to what we achieve together.
Our worklives are often characterised by many up and downs – some more severe than others. How do we move through tough times more constructively?
Much has been written about the power and importance of curiosity in organisations today. And yet, despite the benefits, curiosity deficits are common. How do we make the shift?
Today Sydney Morning Herald acknowledged Woolworths Group for their transformation into a dynamic retail ecosystem. This transformation means a lot to us.
PF’s article explores what happens when we shift our focus from learner engagement to the learner experience. (published in Training Magazine, March 2019)
Another day, another leadership spill in Australian politics. Can we learn something from this chaos in the Coalition about steering transformation and the human side of change?