The Great Revitalization

“I asked an audience what they are passionate about just before the pandemic. Then as well as now, they admitted running the hamster wheel so fast that they have lost complete touch as to who they are, what matters to them, and what they want for themselves in the world. When we can create workplaces […]

Elements Making a Difference

How can elements make a difference? Erin Randall explains how. “Magnesium” is work each person is going to be doing towards crafting better things. Each voice is a voice of a system. What does this system need now? Ad Meliora means to better things. The catalytic question is “what do I want to create? “ […]

Life Without a Tie, Finding Your Path

Ray Martin, author of “ Life Without A Tie, Finding Your Path Amidst the Noise, Chaos, and Pressure to Conform “ says – “I won the Daily Telegraph Business Leader of the Year award, so I had public recognition. So I had all the trimmings and trappings of success. But I have to say that […]

Boundaries and Accountabilities

Erin Randall elaborates on The Funky Monkey. Listening to Erin, the key considerations are: “Whose responsibility is it? How can I hold you accountable? What can you hold me accountable for’’? These questions can bring about alignment in our organisations in our teams and in our personal lives. Why do boundaries matter? Boundaries are essential […]

All That Matters

Sade Marriott and Max Ekesi share their views in this recording that shines a light on a post covid world. There has been a raised awareness, especially in the last three years – of the importance of mental health. There is a lot of PTSD. People have gone through one of the most shocking experience […]

Gifted With Grief

“Life cannot exist without death. New life springs up, depending on the time of year. If we all talked about death as much as we talked about birth, the world would be a very different place” says Jane Duncan Rogers, a TEDx speaker , an author and end of life expert. “Life happens and we […]

From Burnout to Best Life

“I was highly paid, but I was miserable and my health was suffering. And as I have gotten older, happiness and health and wellness are so much more important to me. I was just miserable” says Lisa Hammett. “Life had no colour. I like to equate it as being devoid of colour. It’s just gray. […]

Dance of Co-Leadership

Sara Ramsey defines co-leadership as” leaders coming together to make joint decision making and taking shared responsibilities”. Co-leaders may be co-founders, co-CEOs or leaders who jointly support self-managing and self-organizing organizations. “ I get to work with all sorts of inspiring people, you know, wanting to do positive things in the world. They want to […]

Get On The Bull-Unavoidable Failure

Failure’s not just unavoidable, it’s necessary, important and an unavoidable part of life. This is a common theme of the book, “Get On The Bull” – a giant leadership analogy based on bull riders. They fall a lot. They get thrown off bulls in dramatic and painful fashion. When you’re going to do stuff, you’re […]

Forward Facing Podcast Planning Ahead

“We are keeping things real by leaning into the context out guests are operating in. We are curious about their situations while encouraging them to find solutions and approaches tailored to them. We are holding this open safe space for them as a mirror where they are arriving at their own solutions.” “We are going […]