Tag Archives: Magnetism

16 Amplifiers of Change

This week i’ve been exploring Change Curves: a new model for enacting dynamic organisational change. It starts by exploring where the organisation sits on a Change Curve: resistant to change, constrained by hierarchy, or co-creative and dynamic. To move up … Continue reading

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Extract from the new book: Social Capital in Social Leadership

I’m working on the final two chapter of the first draft of my new ‘Handbook for Social Leadership‘. I shared a few sections last week and, today, sharing a chunk from the chapter on Social Capital: this is an area … Continue reading

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The gamble of talent management

A house built on sand is never a good idea: i’ve been thinking about talent management programmes today and it’s triggered me to revisit notions around the changing nature of work and the need to be magnetic to talent. It’s … Continue reading

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On the sixth day of Christmas Learning: the Social Contract

I’m dedicating the last twelve days of writing to a series of reflections on key trends and features of learning in the Social Age. Today: the social contract. Santa has it easy: every year the same old thing. Sure, as … Continue reading

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