The Folly of Not Engaging in Co-design
Leadership is a funny old thing to describe isn’t it and yet saying it just slides so easily off the tongue. I have been wrestling with it a bit lately because we are right in the thick of developing an ‘emerging leaders programme’. That’s even…
Book Review: The Health Gap – The Challenge of an Unequal World
Michael Marmot’s work on the social determinants of health puts simply: That social injustice is bad for your health.
Book Review: The Seventh Sense by Joshua Cooper Ramo
Joshua Ramo believes that we are in a new revolutionary era where surprising election results, refugee waves, war against terrorists that produces more terrorists, domestic politics turning into extremism, new billion-dollar fortunes all have the same cause: networks.
Networks. The New Power
We witness shifts in power daily and sometimes through surges that take us by surprise – Brexit, Trump. A narrow view is to put the change down to the impact of technology. But this is about New Power.
Meet the CEO – Vickie Kaminski
Vickie Kaminski is a change agent. Actually a pretty impressive one – politically and organisationally sharp, visionary, strategic, influential and has a way with people that gets them engaged. A communicator and listener but always seemingly clear about the direction of travel and the ultimate…
Transformation is not a one Act
Kevin Hardy met up with Dr Peter Lachman (click to watch video), CEO of ISQUA in Sydney at the APAC Forum in September this year. Peter is a clinician who describes himself as “having been on the quality improvement bus for a long time.’’ He continues…
Improvement Work Is About Ownership
In September this year, Kevin Hardy had the pleasure of spending some time with Dr Peter Lachman to talk about some of the ideas he is personally sharing since becoming CE of ISQua.
Triggers – Sparking positive change and making it last
World-renowned executive coach Marshall Goldsmith examines the environmental and psychological triggers that can derail us at work and in life
Energising for Performance
Rhodie Miller, Executive Search and Recruitment Team Leader, shares insights from the Executive Education Program she attended at Kellogg School of Management in Chicago.
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