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By Dan Hammond, Chief Disruption Officer, LIW This is not a lesson in grammar but in motivation. In Dan Pink’s recent Pinkcast, he explains how to motivate yourself when you don’t feel like exercising. Michelle Segar’s work reveals that the words we use about exercise make a...

By Juliet Hammond, LIW Business Impact Consultant From ecosystems and the cloud, to teams and individuals, our research covers everyone this month. MIT Researchers sort through the myths and realities of ecosystems. HBR writers get excited about the opportunities of the Personal Learning Cloud, and we’re...

By Dan Hammond, Chief Disruption Officer, LIW Brexit continues to deliver terrible leadership examples that are hard to learn from so this week, an escape. Something soothing and personal. In 2017, I argued with a friend over Brexit. However dumb that sounds, I did. Time passed and my...

By Dan Hammond, Chief Disruption Officer, LIW We just dug out a 2010 TED Talk by Derek Sivers – you know, the shirtless dancing guy. It challenges the widely-held belief that sharing your goals makes you more likely to succeed. The research says that people who announce...

By Pia Lee, CEO, LIW Words count, particularly in times of crisis. Jacinta Arden, New Zealand’s youngest Prime Minister, earned worldwide respect for her empathic, decisive and inclusive human leadership following the deadly shootings in Christchurch. Her simple, unifying, calm words sought to reassure a shocked nation. “This...

By Pia Lee, CEO, LIW   This weeks bleet comes to you from Silicon Valley. Fascinating and stimulating as ever but a new book by Dan Lyons casts a dark shadow on technology’s impact on working life He cites the example of two people working beside each other...

By Juliet Hammond, LIW Business Impact Consultant This month Marcus Buckingham and Ashley Goodall apply Strengths to discredit feedback, but are they throwing the baby out with the bathwater? McKinsey urges us to forget lifelong learning in favour of lifelong employability. For excellence in digital learning...