Whether you do a task or not may depend less on its difficulty or content, and more on your motivation...
Ping Pong Ball
Everything is obvious with hindsight - it's having great foresight that matters. Also a good example of how many problems are in our head, rather than in the external world...
Coaching is a key skill set for most managers; here are 10 suggestions to help you coach effectively
The Grand National
Waiting, especially for perfection, may mean nothing gets started - and therefore completed - at all...
The Values Agreement in action - and how values might be as important as skills in determining who might be a successful recruit...
How to Ask About Gender in Forms Respectfully
Sometimes something as small as a poorly-designed form field can remind someone of their experience of feeling different, unwelcome or even invalid. This article is a brilliant overview of how to get it right.
Development through Delegation
Ten top tips on how to delegate effectively, including a step by step approach on how to use delegation developmentally
The dripping tap
So - here's a dripping tap. What's the problem? Three possible answers, but only one of them is correct...
Do you have to think quickly and effectively on your feet? These 10 thinking frames will help...
Why creativity and invention may not be supported under some cultures - another example to support Sir Ken Robinson's case for 'Do Schools Kill Creativity'
Thinking on Your Feet
When the pressure is on, and you get an unexpected and challenging question – how do you respond quickly and with confidence? Here’s how….
Breaking the Spiral of Negative Thinking
Let's face it: we all can be very self-critical, and give ourselves a hard time - which is then difficult to break out of. These 10 tips may help you break that spiral...