Primal Living for Modern Life
It’s a new year and as tradition holds for many, the setting out of resolutions at the attempt at a better you. But how many of these actually stick? For me, it’s not about setting temporary goals that would be considered unsustainable long term but rather making small shifts that are more realistic in upholding.
Appreciative Inquiry – A Focus on Harnessing Organisational Strengths
In working with a couple of my sets over the past twelve months, where people have brought to the table issues associated with organisational change, I have found that there is an interest in the Appreciative Inquiry (AI) approach.
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…
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.
APAC 2014 Forum
Asia Pacific Healthcare Conference (APAC), September 2014 – Exceptional line up of international Speakers This year the speaker list for the Asia Pacific Healthcare Conference (APAC) brings under one roof some of the most internationally recognised and exceptional speakers in Healthcare. For the first time…
It Starts With One: Changing Individuals Changes Organizations
By Stewart Black ISBN 9780133407303 Book Review by Tara Rivkin The premise of J. Stewart Black’s book about leading strategic change, It Starts With One, is that “Without individual change, there can be no meaningful organizational change.” Professor of Global Strategy and Leadership at IMD,…
Have you reached total dynamic balance?
Ten steps to unifying your life in career, family and society By Executive in Residence Kees van der Graaf Total dynamic balance. It’s what I’ve found today and what, after a successful career at Unilever that spanned more than 30 years, I wish to share…
Building for wellbeing: how natural spaces benefit health and positive responses
In the face of more and more evidence supporting the benefits of nature and thoughtfully-designed healing spaces for patients, medical institutions are now drawing ideas from environmental psychology, neuroscience, landscape architecture and public health research to develop healthcare environments that provide optimal healing for patients….
Tapping the talent pool of high potential leaders: Creating a road map for success
Next generation leaders will face a more complex range of challenges and must develop capacity to lead responsibly. There are many new challenges that leaders must adapt to in order to guide through unchartered waters. Individuals and organisations are now faced with the challenges of…
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