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When you’ve got too much on your to-do list, you can’t think straight. The Eisenhower matrix is a simple thinking tool for establishing a sense of order over all those tasks so you can get the clarity you need to...

Thinking well together is fundamental to so much of what we do. We need to think well with our colleagues to anticipate and resolve issues on projects. We need to think well with our clients to create solutions that add...

Reflecting on my experiences as a leader and a leadership coach, I think there’s an approach to leadership which hasn’t been given enough recognition. I’m talking about Thoughtful Leadership. I think it’s a way of leading which can be incredibly...

Why read this book? To get better at communicating with other people. To explore how what’s going on in our heads – individually and collectively – gets in the way of thinking and talking clearly and creatively, and what we might...

At times of change, we can get completely caught up with tackling the immediate pressures around us, whilst also adding to an ever-lengthening list of internal worries.  There have certainly been times in my life when I’ve spent each day...

For many, the start of April is also the start of a new performance year and an opportunity to set goals and targets for the year ahead.  Too often, however, we don’t set sufficiently precise goals for ourselves or are...

Sheryl Sandberg rightly calls for women to ‘lean in’ but how do you actually do it?  These eight practical steps give you the tools you need to start. Are you up for it?  Decide whether you are prepared to make...

Yesterday, the BBC website carried a story about lightning flashes that sometimes happen immediately prior to an earthquake.  Curious to see how such a thing could occur, Professor Troy Shinbrot and his team set up a simple experiment using a...