Resilience, wellbeing and healthy performance cultures
Published on 2 Dec, 2020
Healthy cultures for new ways of working
Published on 16 Sep, 2020
Hold on to moments of calm and clarity
Published on 22 Dec, 2020
Crisis forces people and companies to adapt and change. Covid-19 is particular because of its global impact; consequences are magnified both personally and collectively. Large scale disruptions can expose our fault lines and vulnerabilities and push us to challenge and question existing mindsets and behaviours. While traumatic, it can also elevate and bring to the fore different leadership behaviours.
"Education sector inter-ventions"
Case studies on different KDVI interventions in the education sector.
Published on 1 Sep, 2015
"Denialism, office politics, productivity"
This blog entry with the Harvard Business Review explores how denialists can have a devastating effect on office politics and productivity.
Published on 6 Aug, 2015
"Fairy tales for today’s executives"
This blog looks at the leadership journey as a fairy tale and cautions against the five deadly dangers of leadership.
Published on 18 May, 2015
"Learning to manage in the gray zone"
Published on 7 Apr, 2015
"Peer coaching and strategy alignment"
This blog entry with the Harvard Business Review discusses how peer coaching interventions can make a huge difference to the implementation of a strategy or change initiative of an organisation.
Published on 1 May, 2014
"Managing the passive- aggressive leader"
This blog entry with the Harvard Business Review discusses challenge of managing passive-aggressives.
Published on 20 Feb, 2014