Organisational culture and stories
Paul has been a great help and collaborator over the last few years as we develop the Faculty’s capability.” Professor Matthew Evans Dean of… Read More »University of Hong Kong: Partnership with the Faculty of Science
When we can no longer lean on predictability and predictive analysis, we need courage to face ambiguity, trust in ourselves and others, boldness in business continuity and – most poignantly – cultural leadership.
What values will we choose to shape 2020-21? Tweeting with staff developers and coaches, we lift the lid on what leadership, stories and purpose are… Read More »What should we expect in the new academic year?
Seeing off a voice of doubt, Paul Gentle makes the case that intentional use of play at work can unlock greater collaboration and imagination, and… Read More »Playfulness at work: fun, vexing, helpful?
What is zombie leadership and what does it look like? Stella Jones-Devitt and Liz Austen examine what we risk if we endorse this cultural status-quo,… Read More »‘Liven up’ leaders: Time to inoculate against zombification. Or not?
Strategy isn’t just facts, figures and mission statements. It encompasses the breadth and depth of the people who lead and live it. Drawing on two… Read More »How to connect beliefs and values with writing a strategy