Category Archives: Writing

#Writing Week – Illustrations on Social Leadership

I’ve managed to complete 14 new illustrations today, which may be a record… as this is a writing week, where i am focussed on completing the Social Leadership 100 Days book, no new writing, but sharing some images as part … Continue reading

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#Writing Weeks: Setting the Rules

You may have heard me say that i’m trying to take one full week a month for pure writing: it’s a luxury, yes, but i really find value in that type of uninterrupted time, especially when it comes time to … Continue reading

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Resistance to Change: Aspects of Cognition – a #WorkingOutLoud post

I’m sharing another significant chunk of new writing today as I take good strides forward completing the third draft manuscript for the new book on organisational change, and how we build the Socially Dynamic Organisation. I’m #WorkingOutLoud as i do … Continue reading

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The 16 Resisters of Change: Technology [Pt 1]

I’m making strong progress with the book today: I’ve completed the section around the Socially Dynamic Organisation, and have moved onto look at the foundations of change. Today I’ve been writing primarily around the 16 resistors of change, which are … Continue reading

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Crowdfunding the new Social Leadership book

I’ve taken the plunge and started a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign for the new book, ‘Social Leadership: my 1st 100 days’. This book consists of 100 practical questions and activities to develop your Social Leadership capability. It’s aimed at individuals who … Continue reading

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Switzerland: Tunnels and Bridges

I have an irrational fear of disused industrial spaces: large abandoned warehouses freak me out, especially when they have derelict, decaying doors. Don’t ask me why: i already caveated it with ‘irrational’. Once i stayed in Belgium at the end … Continue reading

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Switzerland: Lost And Aimless

There is something most wonderful about being both lost and aimless. Lost in a new world, a new space, exploring and questing, spontaneously discovering, roaming and wandering. With just a map and travel card, and an old-fashioned, old world, curled … Continue reading

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