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By Jennie Brown, Operations Manager, LIW This week, in my home city of Bristol, tens of thousands of people clapped, cheered and banged pots and pans from their homes at 8pm as healthcare workers finished their shifts and headed home. My sister returned to work as...

By Pia Lee, CEO, LIW This was an Australian’s Minister’s lament over the confusing messaging regarding the new ‘Corona 30-minute hair-cut rule’. It seemed that restricting your coiffure to a snappy trim reduced your chances of contracting the virus. But then 48 hours later – it...

By Pia Lee, CEO, LIW Twenty-five years ago, BT imbued its UK audience with the value of connection through its popular advertising campaign “It’s good to talk”. Apart from a nostalgic trip down the memory lane of nineties fashions and home telephones, its messages ring particularly...

By Dan Hammond, Chief Disruption Officer, LIW These are challenging times. On top of a lack-lustre economy, we now have a pandemic. As a friend of mine put it, ‘Everything’s a bit sh*t’. He’s right in a way and it’s easy to let the panic outside get...

By Pia Lee, CEO, LIW Whilst the world spun in panic this week over the threat of the Coronavirus, Australia drained its supermarkets of toilet rolls. Knives were drawn (literally), elbows were sharpened and supplies were stripped from shelves and squirrelled away to enable creature comforts...

By Dan Hammond, Chief Disruption Officer, LIW ‘Giving something up for Lent’ remains popular in many countries, regardless of religion, or a lack of it. It is a little negative, however, and perhaps ‘taking something up for Lent’ – a new habit – would lead to...

By Juliet Hammond, LIW Business Impact Consultant This month there are predictions for the year ahead: Blanchard highlights coaching, building trust, and listening as the top 3 leadership skills; and Forbes identifies L&D trends for 2020 including closing the learning doing gap, mobile learning, democratising leadership...

By Pia Lee, CEO, LIW Assistance comes in many forms for team members. This week, a moment was captured when an orangutan offered a hand to a man clearing snakes from a river. However, the man in question knew a useful fact: orangutans can be unpredictable. He...

By Pia Lee, CEO, LIW The Corona Virus outbreak is currently dominating every corner of our media. A recent article by Peter Hartcher focused on the impact of our actions in either fanning the flames of fear or containing them. The proactive management of people’s potential...

By Dan Hammond, Chief Disruption Officer, LIW The news this week of the death of Clayton ‘Clay’ Christensen, author, business consultant and, by all accounts, really nice bloke. By his own measure (how many individuals you have helped become better people) he lived a successful life. The...