Tag Archives: Curiosity

40 Leadership Lessons from the Freedom Trail – #23

My apologies to readers who have followed this incredible journey for the nearly two months gap in posting on this thread. Some new amazing adventures and an eye operation have intervened. However, today I resume my story. On the 31st August … Continue reading

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Curious about managing change better?

With apologies for this delayed post, the last in a series of posts about becoming a better leader using your curiosity. Curiosity as a leader helps you to integrate change faster and more successfully. You, your team, your organisation, and … Continue reading

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Are you curious about your organisation?

Many organisations fail or are dysfunctional. Usually, because they don’t adapt either to their internal or their external environment, and the change impacting upon them. They also fail because they manage on-going change poorly. Over nearly 40 years of practising individual, … Continue reading

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Are you a leader open to learning?

I believe that learning is in scarce supply in many workplaces. My view, based on direct experience, observation and research,  has developed over 38 years in professional business and consultancy. I’ve worked in local government, not-for-profit organisations, and the commercial … Continue reading

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How to develop your authenticity through curiosity?

We all live in a volatile, uncertain, complex, and often ambiguous world. The pace of change we encounter is unrelenting, and advances in technology appear lightning fast. The Social Age has dawned too and is sweeping the world, making global … Continue reading

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