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Business Storytelling: It’s Everyday Value and Fundamental Importance Within Cultural Change

By Strategy & People Consultancy
Storytelling is quaint, isn’t it?  It’s anachronistic in today’s fast-paced digital world.  It’s what marketing people do, not C-suite leaders.  It’s too childish and Hans Christian Andersen to have a place in today’s business world, surely? All of these opinions,...Storytelling is quaint, isn’t it?  It’s anachronistic in today’s fast-paced digital world.  It’s what marketing people do, not C-suite leaders.  It’s too childish and Hans Christian Andersen to have a place in today’s business world, surely? All of these opinions,...
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Why Making Space2BE Your Training ‘Stable’ Makes Sense

By Strategy & People Consultancy
With so many different executive leadership and coaching service providers around, it’s easy to take a scatter-gun approach to commissioning services in this field, focusing just on what you need in the here and now.  Is that the right decision...With so many different executive leadership and coaching service providers around, it’s easy to take a scatter-gun approach to commissioning services in this field, focusing just on what you need in the here and now.  Is that the right decision...
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Behaviours & Cultural Change

By Strategy & People Consultancy
Gain inspiration from a retro TV programme by focusing on ‘Britain’s Next Top Model’ this year and you might just achieve a much-needed requirement for many UK businesses in 2023 – cultural change. Your Next Top Models should not be...Gain inspiration from a retro TV programme by focusing on ‘Britain’s Next Top Model’ this year and you might just achieve a much-needed requirement for many UK businesses in 2023 – cultural change. Your Next Top Models should not be...
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Taking The Journey Towards Optimised Strategic Execution

By Executive & Leadership Effectiveness, Strategy & People Consultancy, Uncategorized
Ever wondered why your strategies aren’t translating into business success?  It could be that you chose the wrong strategy to begin with.  However, it could equally be the case that it was the right strategy, but one that went into...Ever wondered why your strategies aren’t translating into business success?  It could be that you chose the wrong strategy to begin with.  However, it could equally be the case that it was the right strategy, but one that went into...
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24 Thoughts about Burnout

By Corporate Wellness, Executive & Leadership Effectiveness, Strategy & People Consultancy
Many researchers and authors advocate that in current times we are experiencing an overwhelm and burnout crisis. Stress is a response to a perceived threat that impacts every body system. Some of the common symptoms of burnout include; exhaustion anxiety...Many researchers and authors advocate that in current times we are experiencing an overwhelm and burnout crisis. Stress is a response to a perceived threat that impacts every body system. Some of the common symptoms of burnout include; exhaustionanxietyinsomniaphysical painimpaired...
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Why 2023 Should Be the Year of Cultural Change

By Corporate Wellness, Executive & Leadership Effectiveness, Organisational Development, Strategy & People Consultancy
2023 should be a year of cultural change for many organisations. The reality is that it won’t be. Many companies will not see the necessity of undergoing this process, or understand how to engineer it. To appreciate the need for...2023 should be a year of cultural change for many organisations. The reality is that it won’t be. Many companies will not see the necessity of undergoing this process, or understand how to engineer it. To appreciate the need for...
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Sports Coaches Demonstrate the Art of Great Team Play

By Executive & Leadership Effectiveness, High Performing Teams, Strategy & People Consultancy, Team
In a week of sporting brilliance, after displays from sportspeople including four-gold-medal winning English gymnast, Jake Jarman, and 10,000-metre runner, Eilish McColgan, literally running in her mother’s footsteps, it is hard to determine which superstar deserves the most attention.  Perhaps,...In a week of sporting brilliance, after displays from sportspeople including four-gold-medal winning English gymnast, Jake Jarman, and 10,000-metre runner, Eilish McColgan, literally running in her mother’s footsteps, it is hard to determine which superstar deserves the most attention.  Perhaps,...
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It starts with you: inspiring yourself to change your life

By Executive & Leadership Effectiveness, Resilience, Strategy & People Consultancy
“Be the change you wish to see in the world,” said Gandhi, but how many of us have truly managed our own change process, in a totally transformative sense, before trying to change other things?  Relatively few of us, in...“Be the change you wish to see in the world,” said Gandhi, but how many of us have truly managed our own change process, in a totally transformative sense, before trying to change other things?  Relatively few of us, in...
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Why Your Organisation Needs #CulturalChange Right Now

By Strategy & People Consultancy
Back in the 1980s, Edgar Schein, from the MIT Sloan School of Management, became the father of organisational culture, when he developed a model that highlighted three main components of culture. In what is sometimes referred to as an ‘iceberg...Back in the 1980s, Edgar Schein, from the MIT Sloan School of Management, became the father of organisational culture, when he developed a model that highlighted three main components of culture. In what is sometimes referred to as an ‘iceberg...
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April Insights

By Strategy & People Consultancy
Hybrid Working As Civil Servants are pressured to return to Westminster offices[i], HBR reports on a study that showed significantly enhanced thinking amongst staff working in the office one or two days a week, rather than more.  Managing hybrid working requires an...Hybrid Working As Civil Servants are pressured to return to Westminster offices[i], HBR reports on a study that showed significantly enhanced thinking amongst staff working in the office one or two days a week, rather than more.  Managing hybrid working requires an...
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