Dec 10, 2019
The Attention Span Challenge

Whether you believe that technology distracts, detracts or solves challenges around poor attention spans, in this week’s blog, we dive into ways that technology can help support us to be better tethered to focus. According to research from RescueTime, one of several apps for iOS and Android created to monitor phone use, people generally spend […]

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Dec 03, 2019
Authenticity

In a previous blog piece, we spoke of how ‘Technology has made great progress in removing the necessity for humans to store and retain information; whether it is in accounting, manufacturing, or navigating.’ With the freeing up of our brain bandwidth this week we turn to the identity of humanity in ‘Authenticity’. It’s often a marketing […]

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Nov 26, 2019
The Millennial Problem

In the future of work, value alignment is brought up more now than ever. The previous generation often toed the line to an industrial age while the Millennial generation (now mostly in their 30s) are choosing to upgrade to careers that fulfil purpose and alignment with their values.  The famous Simon Sinek video on Millennials […]

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Nov 19, 2019
Technology on Mars

It’s hard to imagine that mobile phones didn’t exist the way they do now with a supercomputer in our pocket. With significant leaps in technology advancement happening, often at an unprecedented pace, this week’s blog looks at the technology we have now, that will help us on Mars.  The way we work has changed dramatically in […]

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Nov 12, 2019
Fear of Change

Last week one of our clients Peter send us a photo last week, you can check it out in my LinkedIn post here. The layers of irony in this photo inspired our blog piece this week on the fear of change, figurative and literal. Fear is the most common reason for the resistance of change […]

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Nov 05, 2019
The Loneliness Epidemic

We’ve never lived in an era more connected by technology and yet we hear about an increasing epidemic of loneliness, is technology really to blame? A lot has been written about the damaging effects of social media. It is also a lifeline for those battling isolation because of circumstances outside of their control (sudden loss […]

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Oct 29, 2019
Death of the people pleaser.

There is a Japanese saying 人に迷惑をかけない hito ni meiwaku wo kakenai “don’t bother people” (the literal translation is “don’t attach disturbance to people”) this doesn’t translate in a dog-eat-dog world and with burnout on the rise. A blog I was reading recently described it quite perfectly that the default posture for a decent and kind human being is to assume […]

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Oct 21, 2019
The Pursuit of Knowledge in 20 Years

When was the last time you had to calculate something in your head? How about navigating to a new location from memory alone? Depending on your age demographic, you might have answered these questions differently. Learning to drive has often been a mark of independence. It is a big step towards adulthood. Now, imagine thousands […]

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Oct 14, 2019
Making an Impact

This quote reminds us of how everyone has a contribution to make an impact. Whether it’s by volunteering, starting a non-profit, supporting research for breakthrough cures or something as simple as backing someone in your workplace, or supporting your team to ensure they don’t fall into burn out.

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Oct 06, 2019
Blind Spots in Change Management

I have been working in large scale transformation for 8+ years and have witnessed organisations significantly increase their market share, implement transformative technologies and rapidly transform performance trajectory.

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