Category Archives: Culture

#WorkingOutLoud on Remote Working Survival Guide: Caring for Each Other

I am aiming to complete the text of this short Guidebook this week, which will be called ‘Finding your Campfire: the Remote Working Survival Guide’. Today, as part of #WorkingOutLoud, i am sharing a section on ‘Caring for Each Other’. … Continue reading

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Finding Your Campfire – Session One – Packing Your Backpack

Next week i start a series of 3 linked webinars for newly remote teams. I will repeat these for as long as demand persists, moving each week between different timezones. The three sessions explore three aspects of remote working. Session … Continue reading

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Finding Your Campfire: Supporting Newly Remote Teams

I have curated a series of three webinars aimed at newly remote teams, which draw upon my wider work around Social Leadership, Community Building, Storytelling, and Trust. I will offer these on alternating weeks on European and US timezones. I … Continue reading

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Mending the Net: a Story of Culture

The past and the present, the old and the new, these are convenient ways to parcel out our time, to present separate and distinct narratives around what came before, and what replaced it. We use these terms both to describe … Continue reading

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What is Government?

An invention that comes in many flavours: from the direct rule of tribal councils, to the arms length nature of federal democracy. Something synchronous and pervasive, to something abstract and outdated. Government has a core purpose to keep us safe. … Continue reading

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The Responsibility of Organisations

I have been surprised to see so many people celebrating the life of Jack Welch, especially people from HR or L&D backgrounds. I’m sure he was a very nice man. Certainly a very rich one. And certainly successful, by one … Continue reading

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Culture Map #2

I’ve redrafted the Culture Map that i shared earlier this week: it’s intended as a reflective tool to allow us to consider how individual action is held within a cultural frame. Broadly it helps us to consider how exposed, or … Continue reading

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