Centre of Development Manager at On the Dot Logistics

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5 years 2 months ago
Hallo Chris, Thanks for the feedback. I am not to sure about designing a specific tool, however I can share a practical example of how we try to acknowledge risk-taking/ "owing up" to failure: we wo... More
5 years 2 months ago
This is one of the most exiting new areas of leadership development and I love to use these principles in our training design/ workshop sessions and change management plans. The world cafe conversati... More
5 years 4 months ago
Good morning, fellow "hack team members". It is a fair winter-morning in Cape Town, South Africa, where I am based. If I mention exactly how many years' experience I have, I will be giving away t... More
5 years 4 months ago
Fascinating discussion. In our organization - celebrating failure/ mistakes is an important part of our culture. We value this attribute because without failure we cannot get the continuous improvem... More
5 years 4 months ago
I truly believe in the principle that people perform best when they know WHY they are doing something. In the work environment we usually know WHAT we (need to) do and also HOW we (should) do it...ho... More
5 years 5 months ago
A frame taking form for me is the impact of adaptability on: 1. The organisation and its purpose (sustainability, long term vision, profitability, power at the top, prosperity) 2. The individual an... More
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Hi Keith - I couldn't agree with you more. Leaders are being watched closely by their team members and how they behave has a much bigger impact on people and their experience than what they say. Wor... More
5 years 5 months ago
Dear Keith - thank you for your kind response. I found Dr David Rock's work (Author of Your Brain at Work) in the field of Neuro-Leadership enlightening; learning new perspectives on how to apply bra... More
5 years 6 months ago
We have been biologically "programmed" to move away from the unfamiliar and back/ towards the safe/ familiar (also called "fight or flight").  Therefore our own thinking/ experience in a new situ... More
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We have been biologically "programmed" to move away from the unfamiliar and back/ towards the safe/ familiar (also called "fight or flight").  Therefore our own thinking/ experience in a new situation/ change message is an enemy of adaptability. If we can work hard at changing the language we use when...