Eschew outrage but never normalise the outlandish.
To lead is to eschew inflicting ourselves mindlessly on others.
Coaches and consultants should stand aside from corporate agendas to align themselves with societal ethics.
How we lead is profoundly influenced by our culture and it changes over time.
The social and artistic purposes of the arts are closely aligned.
Universities have not had to justify their existence, until now.
Chris Grey’s Studying Organizations challenges fashionable nonsense of both managerialist and oppositional varieties.
Awaken to what is to subvert ossified organisations and groupthink.
A brief overview of the crisis of capitalism and what it means for coaches.
Robert Tombs’ history of England tells us who we are today.
Rituals of focus enable us to build things of value.
They’re enacted into being through everyday interactions.
Modern corporations should turn to Robert Greenleaf for ethical inspiration.
How we use conversation and reflection to mobilise distributed leadership.
Bringing to life in universities the value they create for society.
If we never make mistakes, we’re ossified, not taking the risk of learning.
Changing the language of conversation in leadership teams.