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By Dan Hammond, Chief Disruption Officer, LIW In leadership circles we often talk about ‘humility’, ‘curiosity’, ‘vulnerability’ etc. to encourage people to be less concerned with ego. However, we can fall into the trap of using these in an egocentric way. Who hasn’t heard someone say ‘I’m...

By Pia Lee, CEO, LIW In the midst of a crisis, you don’t want the words of Dad’s Army’s Corporal Jones ‘Don’t panic’ ringing in your ears! Whilst the national political leadership of the Australian bush fire crisis has been highly questionable, those leading on the front...

By Pia Lee, CEO, LIW As we gather round the festive table to reconnect, celebrate and spread the cheer, it’s sobering to hear from the Australian Bureau of Statistics that one in eight of us will be suffering high or very high psychological distress this season. Johann...

By Dan Hammond, Chief Disruption Officer, LIW The UK general election campaign that mercifully ended yesterday, caps off a year of divisive, black and white politics. Division seems to have built to a crescendo before the new decade arrives. The main party positions were at extremes with...

By Andy Chevis, Managing Consultant, LIW This is the second in our series of bleets on how we need to change ourselves in order to make the 2020s a ‘grey’ decade: less black and white, more curiosity and more connection to our fellow humans inside and...

By Dan Hammond, Chief Disruption Officer, LIW We are just four bleets away from the end of the year – and a decade. The 2010s (they never even had a cool name!) was, according to The Guardian who devoted a magazine to it, ‘the decade that left...

By Dan Hammond, Chief Disruption Officer, LIW A recent article in Psychology Today shared research by neuroscientist Matt Lieberman that shows that there are two parts of the prefrontal cortex used for processing information about identity: the medial prefrontal cortex (active during our default mode or...

By Juliet Hammond, LIW Business Impact Consultant McKinsey research finds people are positive about technology’s impact on society, but we need to agree on what positive looks like! They propose a Helix organisation where individual development is decoupled from getting stuff done in an agile world....

By Pia Lee, CEO, LIW It appears that we like to put up walls just as quickly after taking them down. Nick Miller’s report in the Sydney Morning Herald documented Europe’s rise in borders and fences since the fall of the Berlin Wall 30 years ago. Our...