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“Forever trust in who you are” – great advice for all in leadership roles

This haunting melody performed by Scala Choir & Kolacny Brothers of Metallica’s song “Nothing Else Matters” is wonderful: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1Rg6nuZoQM. Have a listen and enjoy. Whilst preparing a workshop in North Wales on Appreciative Inquiry, I was listening to this and … Continue reading

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Conversation is the organisation

Let me start with a great quote: “Conversations are the way workers discover what they know, share it with their colleagues and in the process create new knowledge for the organisation. In the new economy, conversations are the most important … Continue reading

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Charities are becoming more business-like?

Yesterday the WCVA hosted another in our series of Leadership Cafes and this time its participants were from the voluntary sector. A key theme of what emerged as being different for leaders now in this sector as opposed to 5 … Continue reading

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Partnership working – dependent on personal relationships?

Another topic continually emerging from the Cafe conversations is about trust, relationships and working in partnership. There’s been much discussion about  relationships between organisations fostered for partnership working versus the personal relationships that underpin those organisational ones. The conversational conclusions were … Continue reading

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