There are a couple of ways to look at this. Cats eat chickens. If they are kittens they will grow up to eat chickens soon enough. The only missing ingredient is time. No training, schooling or Tedtalks required to teach cats to behave like cats. It’s in their nature. Conversely, it’s also in the nature […]Read More Hens and kittens
It’s a key ingredient in trust. The alignment of our actions with our words. Authenticity though goes deeper still. It requires the alignment of our words and our intentions. We easily proclaim our intensions as that which we expect the listener is hoping to hear. We adjust our approaches to facilitate the achievement of a […]Read More Authenticity
The theory of Degrees of Separation suggests that we are much more connected than we might think. It also suggests that, in an increasingly digital age, these degrees might be decreasing. The implication for business is significant. We spend so much time cresting touch points with our customers. We design add campaigns, thank you notes, events, […]Read More Touch-points
Crutches are useful for the displacement of weight when our ability to bear it is compromised. It facilitates the healing process of the compromised limb through rest. Initially walking with crutches is uncomfortable. Our arms are weak and our hands get blisters from the new source of constant friction. Over time we get stronger. The […]Read More Crutches
It’s a culture that celebrates the dignity of every person. It focuses on the value created. It highlights the benefits of diversity as expressed by each individual that makes up the intricate canvass that is your business. It breaks down negative cycles and opens our minds to solutions and possibilities. It captures and cements learnings, […]Read More A culture of honour.