Head in the sand syndrome: When changing culture is no quick fix

A reader writes: I work in a culture where people think that change is temporary and will stop at some point in the future. This leads to high levels of apathy, lack of interest in anything innovative and complete […]

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Launching The Bright Spot

Many of you who I have worked with know I am highly influenced by positive psychology, appreciative inquiry, and NLP in my change and coaching work. As a change agent, I really believe in the power of language in particular […]

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The Transformation Treasure Trove: FAQ

Wow. I mean wow. Thank you SO much. Yesterday, I launched my first e-book, “The Transformation Treasure Trove – 40 Nuggets of Change Management and Communication Gold”, and what a day! It has had a great response, and I […]

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Catapult

As per previous years, I end this one thinking about 2012. Rather than themes and qualities, or wish lists for Santa, this year I am thinking about the notion of catapults. […]

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TEDxMelbourne – Innovation 101?

I’ve been processing TEDxMelbourne (I know, scary stuff). Let me say from the outset it was a terrific day, great value,  most of the speakers were really high quality, the day ran smoothly, and […]

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28 TEDxCanberra take-aways

for business and career change… Last weekend I was proud to be one of the TEDxCanberra partners. Last year was my first experience of a TEDx and I was struck by the power of the format and the calibre […]

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TEDx Canberra 2010 – Conversations of Change

I’ve just returned from TEDx Canberra. For those not familiar, TED is a global movement started in 1984 bringing together people from three different worlds, Technology, Entertinment and Design. TEDx are the local adaptation of the global movement. Firstly, big […]

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Knowledge Womblin’

One of my earliest memories is sitting infront of the ABC watching the Wombles of Wimbledon. For those who need a memory jog try: “Underground, Overground, Wombling Free, The Wombles of Wimbledon Common are we. Making good use of the […]

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