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Wisdom for the Week

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28 10, 2016

Creativity Choked?

By | October 28th, 2016|Business Strategy, Wisdom for the Week|

Thinking about Thinking "The time has come," the walrus said, "to talk of many things: of shoes and ships and sealing wax of cabbages & kings." If your creativity is choked, for whatever reason, mixing unexpected, curious and weird ideas can jump-start your thinking, brainstorming [...]

9 09, 2016

Turbo charge your brain

By | September 9th, 2016|People Performance, Wisdom for the Week|

25 of my tips to turbo charge your brain power and improve brain plasticity: Improve your vocabulary. Take a different route home from work, regularly. Do crosswords, solve puzzles and brainteasers. Become comfortable with ambiguity. Reverse your assumptions. Look further than the first, correct answer. [...]

6 07, 2015

Weekly Wisdom No.220: Trust

By | July 6th, 2015|Human Resources, Wisdom for the Week|

You cannot be half pregnant. And, you cannot half trust someone. But this happens in organisations every day. Organisations trust their staff with the keys to the office, with their brand (after all, the staff are a reflection of the brand they work for), with [...]

8 12, 2014

Weekly Wisdom No.218: Cognitive Hurdle

By | December 8th, 2014|Wisdom for the Week|

New Yorkers once viewed subways as the most dangerous places in their city. But the New York Transit Police’s senior staff pooh-poohed public fears — because none had ever ridden subways. To shatter their complacency, New York City police chief, Bill Bratton required all NYTP [...]

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