De-escalating with CALM

De-escalating with CALM

By Lina Mbirkou and Marcus de Courtenay Download PDF After years of doom scrolling our way through the day, we are in many ways tired. One part of this is just the loss of our normal quality and joy of life from the pandemic: we have been languishing. Another part is...
Improv for Agile Mindsets

Improv for Agile Mindsets

By Morgan Maguire and Marcus de Courtenay Download PDF As leaders are increasingly required to facilitate more collaborative, agile workspaces, so too must our skill bases and the focus of our professional development shift. More and more we need to hone our ability...
Amping Your Somatic Intelligence

Amping Your Somatic Intelligence

By Dr Natasha Budd and Jennifer Francis Download PDF To remain relevant, competitive, and buoyant, organisations need to change the frequency of their actions into increasingly shorter cycles. This perpetual change demands new processes, systems and behaviours that...
Expanding Our Repertoire | Future-Proofing with Coaching

Expanding Our Repertoire | Future-Proofing with Coaching

By Dr Paul Makeham The acronym ‘VUCA’ – meaning volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous – has wedged itself into the language of organisational culture, almost to the point of cliché. As organisational systems adapt to new realities, the vertical hierarchies...
The Ties that Bind Us: External Social Capital and Innovation

The Ties that Bind Us: External Social Capital and Innovation

By Marcus de Courtenay & Dr Chris Rowell Few partnerships could be considered more profitable than that of “Wintel”. Microsoft and Intel dominated the PC-era and led the market in a range of metrics, managing to achieve a continuing level of innovation which...
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