Monthly Archives: August 2018

Packing Up Trust

Just a short post from the airport in DC as i set off home: i’m happy to say that ‘The Trust Sketchbook’ is being packaged up for launch next week. It’s been a long journey to get it here, mainly … Continue reading

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Questions To Ask About Trust

As i gear up for the launch of The Trust Sketchbook next week, today i’m sharing a whole section from the accompanying ‘Trust Guidebook’, which provides detailed questions we can ask, as we work through the Sketchbook. Part 2: The … Continue reading

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Sharing ‘The Trust Guidebook’

I’m working on a short ‘Trust Guidebook’, to accompany the launch of ‘The Trust Sketchbook’ next week. Today, i’m sharing the first two sections, as part of #WorkingOutLoud. Overview Trust is complex, perhaps best viewed as a dynamic landscape. From … Continue reading

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Leadership Paint

The effects of our leadership are not isolated and linear, but rather cumulative: aggregated effects, generated over time, through our actions. I was struck by this in a conversation with my friend Chris, in a little cafe in New York … Continue reading

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Evolving the City

As many of us do, i think i know a place, when all i know is what surrounds me: a walk through New York takes in my favourite routes, cafes, bars, and vistas. I think i know the city, when … Continue reading

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Social Leadership: In Everyday Things

Social Leadership is not something to be locked away, bought out on special occasions, or when we feel the need to perform: it’s the way we are in the world every single day. It’s through our actions, in the moment, … Continue reading

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To Fail Fairly

I’m generally unconvinced when people say “it’s ok to fail”. Because it generally isn’t. Failing is typically rewarded with blame and loss. And it can be unfair: not unfair in the judgement, but in the distribution. When we fail, we … Continue reading

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