Use your 360 degree feedback wisely

Feedback isn’t a threat – it’s an opportunity for personal improvement and increased organisational trust.  We recently concluded our 360 degree feedback process, which was, like most years, met with mixed reactions. Not surprising though; because receiving feedback is always tricky. As leaders, we often think that we are required to have all the answers. […]

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The 10,000 Experiment, not the 10,000 Hours Rule!

Curiosity and everyday experimentation keep you at the cutting edge.  “All life is an experiment. The more experiments you make, the better” – Ralph Waldo Emerson How does a chess player go from good to great? What sets an extraordinary classical musician apart from the crowd? Why do some cricketers achieve legendary status, while others lag […]

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