As consultants we see many levels of dysfunction in business, and also a huge spread of successes. That’s one of the reasons I love doing what I do. However, we have noticed a trend that I just can’t keep quiet about any longer. So often we...

If you ask the question introvert or extrovert in any group you're sure to find people readily self identify and then commence giving examples and even excuses for their behavior ‘oh I know I’m a party animal that’s because I’m an extravert’, or ‘I turn...

Performance management may seem like a simple process - set expectations, have regular conversations, undertake performance appraisals and manage underperformance. Sounds simple especially when your organisation has a well-designed performance management system. But what about the grey areas, the human element and the emotional toll...

If you’ve been under a rock, our Prime Minister hosted a multi-faith dinner marking the end of the day's fast for Ramadan to ask leaders of community to band together in the face of terrorist attacks. Sheikh Shady Al-Suleiman is the person behind previous inflammatory...

In our previous blog post we outlined the 3 strategies required to become a Positive Outlier. We also made the point that the realm of the positive outlier is not confided to leadership roles, anyone at anytime can be a positive outlier, at work or in...

If you read our earlier article How do you Raise Your Optimism Quotient? you’ll be familiar with the concepts in raising your personal optimism quotient. In this article, we’re expanding on this concept by outlining the 3 strategies to become a positive outlier. We’ve all heard the saying...