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To Lead Change … Disrupt What It Means To Be A “Leader”

To Lead Change … Disrupt What It Means To Be A “Leader”

How Multiplied Leadership Can Create Change and Adapt to Constant Disruption Old paradigms die hard. In an ironic twist, organisational change that used to take place over decades can now happen in minutes. But our response to this new reality is all too familiar, and...
Convergence, Context, and Culture

Convergence, Context, and Culture

In the mid 1980s, I immigrated with my family from the UK to Australia. At ten years old and one of two British kids in my class, I quickly began to feel like an outsider. The label “Prisoner of Mother England 2” given to me by my classmates certainly helped. We set...
How to Recover From Embarrassing and Painful Moments in Leadership

How to Recover From Embarrassing and Painful Moments in Leadership

Not long after moving to Australia, I found myself with my pants down. Literally. Let’s back up and review the context of this embarrassing moment. I’ve talked previously about my difficulties settling in as an immigrant to Australia from Liverpool, UK… It mostly took...
Quiet Quitting is a Balancing Act

Quiet Quitting is a Balancing Act

I’ve walked along a rocky road to success. A few years ago, I experienced a sudden upheaval of every norm I knew. It took me years to find my new normal. Now, I’m with the love of my life, and I run a diverse portfolio of businesses. I get to coach others in business...

The 3 Primary Benefits of Intergenerational Relationships

Remember Isla from last month? I introduced her in my post about the benefits of servant leadership. Aside from servant leadership, we can learn more from Isla. Have you ever sat down for an in-depth conversation with someone 10 years older than you? What about...