With everything in lockdown, people have turned to reading so I thought I’d quickly share some of the feedback of received on Touch Point, seven business strategies for a better world. “This type of thinking should be taught at university.” “Great ideas, the danger is middle managers play power games by interfering with the messagesContinue reading “Feed-back on Touch Point”
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I’ve just returned from 14 days ‘off grid’ – no internet and no cell coverage – and guess what, I survived! In fact I didn’t miss it at all. The first few days I did missed the football results (and not keeping up with the transfer window was also tough) but even that ceased toContinue reading “Bah technology – who needs it?”
The Sustainable Business Network (NZSBN) has collated 12 predictions for sustainable business this year. As with most things “sustainability” related, the focus is on environmental issues (not that there is anything wrong with that) but it was great to see a media organisation pick up on the people message, especially a business editor. Here’s whatContinue reading “No argument from me”
2019 seemed like the year of talking about organizational purpose. 2020 will be the year for *practicing* it. Forbes published an interesting article highlighting some work from Zach Mercurio around closing the gap between the idea of purpose and the practice of purposefulness He says “we have to help employees make meaning. In today’s complexContinue reading “Having a purpose vs being purposeful”
We have all seen the various statistics about the intentions of millennials. The one that fascinates me is that over half have said that they would leave a job if the organisation didn’t have a positive impact on communities. I’ve written before about how this view isn’t restricted to millennials, however, the thing that reallyContinue reading “Intention vs Reality”
Those that know me, or have even met me briefly, will be aware that self-promotion is simply ‘not my thing’. It really is one of my many weaknesses. That being the case, you will appreciate how important this post is to me. I’ve written a book! This post isn’t about sales nor is it aboutContinue reading “Hear ye, hear ye”
Final proof from the printer is signed off. It’s becoming very real now.