Good Health & Psychological Wellbeing

Did you know that people who spend at least 2 hours a week in nature are substantially more likely to report good health and psychological wellbeing compared to people who didn’t get outside? Interestingly, you can achieve the boost to your health and wellbeing in a single visit or from multiple shorter visits to aContinue reading “Good Health & Psychological Wellbeing”

Listen Below The Story

Holding 1:1s with your direct reports is a crucial task for people managers. These meetings provide the opportunity to build the relationship, alignment and engagement. In a true partnership, creative solutions are designed, roadblocks are overcome, opportunities envisioned and the working alliance is examined and adjusted to better meet both people’s needs. I think theContinue reading “Listen Below The Story”

Leadership in the Age of Covid

Back in the halcyon days of 2015, well before any of us, except for Bill Gates, would have believed that a global pandemic was just beyond the horizon, McKinsey & Company published an article titled Decoding Leadership: What Really Matters. The authors were trying to answer the contested question of what leadership behaviors should organizationsContinue reading “Leadership in the Age of Covid”

3 Interpersonal Derailers Tech Leaders Must Address

Complexity and Stressors The current global pandemic has intensified VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, Ambiguous) conditions and leaders of knowledge workers must adapt quickly to the threats and opportunities present in changing market conditions, whilst ensuring that collaboration is effective amongst remote workers and that people stay engaged and motivated to achieve results. Shifting to workContinue reading “3 Interpersonal Derailers Tech Leaders Must Address”