I’ve joined a new social media network, given the signs are not good for Twitter.
When buying a car takes six weeks and several major fights with different bits of the Belgian bureaucracy.
July has been a month with lots of sporting activity. It’s reminded me to think about what success is in the broadest possible sense.
In among all of the other craziness of recent weeks, I’ve also had to recruit to a vacancy in the team. We had more than 70 applications for the post and going through them reinforced the points that I made in this piece on Medium in 2018. This time I did something that I haven’tContinue reading “Going beyond the interview”
The results of this weekend’s elections in Australia are open the door at last to real action on climate.
Renting again in Brussels after 8 years in Mlebourne has got me thinking about the challenges Australia faces around housing affordability.
I know it’s been a while since I wrote anything, but I hope you can all understand that the demands of an intercontinental move took precedence! But now that we’re here in Belgium and I’ve started my new job (today!) I can take a moment to reflect on everything that has happened since mid-January. ItContinue reading “Settling in”
What’s the difference between leading and managing? I’ve extended my theatre director analogy to help me think it through.
This is an edited version of a post that was originally published on 29 April 2015. In April 2015, I attended a conference on the Future of Work, organised by the Centre for Workplace Leadership at the University of Melbourne. My Masters project was around social network theory and human resources and I had beenContinue reading “Personal reflections on Frederic Laloux’s Reinventing Organizations”
My 6 ways of thinking about creativity in organisations, based on academic research