If you work like us, you may have many ideas about improvements to projects/processes on the edge of the box. You might bend, break or blend other ideas. Or you could come up with amazing outside the box thinking.
However, often we get knocked back by clients or other change makers, and sometimes get frustrated.
I currently lead several new projects in South Sudan and Somalia for a client. New teams, new projects, new dynamics, new client needs, new stories, new biases, new worldviews. Here’s some lessons from the last couple of weeks. Continue reading →
Someone once asked me this as I struggled to build a document in Excel – one of my many nemeses. My blood pressure goes up just when I read or hear the word ‘Excel’ I sweat more than usual, my chest gets tight, the whole deal. Continue reading →
2020 has taught us that it’s even more important to have a strong team culture. Leaders are responsible for the organisation of team culture – but the culture is then defined by what happens when leaders are not looking. What you do, how you act as a leader, is what the culture becomes. Continue reading →
Soyons honnêtes. Le changement, personne n’aime ça.
Il devient plus en plus difficile de s’adapter aux changements au fur et à mesure qu’ils se présentent; surtout lorsqu’on affronte déjà quotidiennement une longue liste de problèmes à résoudre. Les politiques de bureau, le vacarme, les courriels, les appels Zoom… Continue reading →
No es fácil concentrarse en los cambios, con tanto trabajo en marcha, tantos problemas que resolver en el día a día, las políticas de oficina, el ruido, los correos electrónicos, las llamadas por Zoom… Continue reading →
‘For people to be successfully creative they need to take in their inputs and mix it, blend and put out new things. But there is a sweet spot between the novel and the familiar to be successful. This applies from visual artists to scientists’Continue reading →