Another Advent Calendar of blogposts comes to an end. Thank you for following. I hope you’ve found something worth reading here over the past 24 days. I’ve tried to leaven my tendency to the dyspeptic with more constructive fare. The Nick Cave post has been the most popular of the series. He has a discerning fan base who seem to find their way to Nick Cave related corners of the internet quite quickly. Unplanned, the series began and ended with reflections on accessing one’s whole self. Significant, perhaps, that I didn’t get round to writing about my own experience with this until the end of the run.
I’m taking a break from blogging now to make my overdue contribution to the festive preparations. I will resume posting in the new year, but not on a daily basis. Have an enjoyable break. Happy Christmas, happy holidays, however and whatever you celebrate.
Advent Calendar blogposts
- On bringing your whole self to work
- The benefits of dual nationality
- The serious business of playing the fool
- From toolkits to relationships: getting real about what happens in coaching
- Feeback without tears
- Nick Cave as coach
- Embrace boredom
- Messages from history for Brexit Britain
- Shaping disaffection is the way to mend broken politics
- Taking the pulse of an organisation
- Why write?
- England’s shame
- Beyond codes of ethics to ethical maturity
- Generating expansive conversations with open space
- A moderate proposal
- The leaders we create
- Tracking down Conquest’s law on organisations
- The thoughtlessness behind organisational perversity
- We’re better than this
- Britain’s duff leadership culture
- Grounds for optimism
- On getting it wrong
- Exploring voice
- Time for a break
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