Revel Gordon is one of the featured speakers at the QUT Leadership Coaching Conference.
Hacking with Arun Pradhan: How to learn and lead when the world is moving very fast
I spoke with Arun Pradhan about his background and what he intends to share in his presentation at the QUT Leadership Coaching Conference: Crossing Boundaries in Brisbane on 22-23 November. Arun is a self-confessed geek with an enthusiasm for emerging technologies.
Aaron McEwan: What can the Avengers tell us about leadership in the 21st Century?
Aaron McEwan is a coaching psychologist and the Vice President, Research and Advisory for Gartner’s HR Practice in Australia and New Zealand. I spoke with Aaron about his passions and to get some insights about his upcoming presentation at the QUT Leadership Coaching Conference in Brisbane on 22-23…
Collaboration in Top Teams: A ‘PROPHETable’ Conversation with Katherine Tulpa
QUT is welcoming Katherine Tulpa as a featured speaker for the Leadership Coaching Conference on 22-23 November. I recently sat down with Katherine near her home in Kings Cross in London. We talked about why she decided to travel down under from London to talk at the Conference.
Crossing Boundaries Between Sport and Business: Global Stories
QUT’s Leadership Coaching Conference on 22 and 23 November features two speakers from QUT’s Faculty of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences. I spent a fascinating hour with Associate Professor Ian Renshaw and Dr Adam Gorman talking about how they are going to tackle the ‘Crossing Boundaries’ theme in the…
The Art of Lingering in Leadership and Coaching – A Conversation with Reinhard Stelter
Leaders increasingly operate uncharted territory characterised by volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity – the VUCA world. Rapid decision making is expected in response to rapid change.
Navigating Boundaries: A Perspective from the World of Coaching
boundary, n. That which serves to indicate the bounds or limits of anything whether material or immaterial; also the limit itself. (OED) Boundaries are part of life – they enable us, and they constrain us. Many self-help books and coaching guides stress the need for busy people to…
Leading and coaching for connection: The ‘five percenters’ fallacy
Am I imagining it, or in organisations and in life is it harder and harder for people to find agreement? It’s Brexit – or stuff it. It’s coal – or you are out in the cold; It’s Me Too – or too bad; it’s Black Lives Matter -…
How Students and Clients are Profiting from Prophet
Top-level executive teams are invariably populated by highly-intelligent, capable, passionate and often competitive individuals. They have to make decisions under pressure, and face the brunt of the volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity (‘VUCA’) that typifies the global economic environment. Employees, shareholders commentators, and external advisors observe top teams…
Leadership Coaching: Being Seriously Playful in Messes
There isn’t much doubt that for the most part we are all in a bit of mess. That is, there are lots of forces conspiring against our dreams of a sensible, ordered world where people behave rationally.