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Conflict and collaboration. Risk-taking and innovation. These ideas exist in a close relationship with one another. You cannot achieve growth without discomfort, so why do we so frequently reject our difficult emotions in favour of false positivity? Susan David, psychologist, TED Speaker & author ‘Emotional Agility’ Leading...

HBR’s ‘The surprising power of questions’ identifies four different types of questions, and it turns out one of them is more powerful than any of the others. There’s one that:   Improves connections,   Builds relationships, rapport, and trust   Helps to unblock learning opportunities And it’s the follow-up...

Leading and developing your team, moving them from average to high performing, making sure individuals are thriving. It’s quite a challenge, isn’t it? So where do you start? It’s a good question and it’s one of the reasons we love the simplicity of the three Cs: Clarity:...

How are you? Three little words that can quickly open up a conversation and show you really are interested in the other person. Being stuck for words is something that hits most of us from time to time, especially when it feels like you’re about to...

It’s hard to imagine a top-flight sports team neglecting group training in favour of individual coaching and still expecting to win. So why do we expect that from our teams in the workplace? It’s long been our view that leaders need to focus on the collective...

The old complaint about organisations ‘working in silos’ can still be heard echoing through the (virtual) corridors of many workplaces. But instead of spending time and energy breaking down silos, there is another way. It’s a ‘network of teams’ or ‘teams of teams’, or you might...