Were you one of the many people who held their breath at the end of 2021, excitedly and cautiously looking forward to embracing our coined “new normal” in 2022?
2020…the year that is unforgettable, and the year that is nearly over! It’s difficult to comprehend that we are preparing to graduate our current Cohort from our 12 month Leadership Coaching (LCAM) Executive Graduate Certificate in Business, as in one sense it seems like only yesterday when they commenced with us.
If there’s one thing 2020 has demonstrated, we are living in ever increasingly volatile, complex, uncertain and ambiguous (VUCA) environments, where demand for leadership coaching is continuing as managers and leaders are using coaching skills to improve an organisation’s culture, and support wellbeing in their teams. Building upon…
The complexity of our highly interconnected world makes it hard to predict what will happen next. And when we can’t easily predict what will happen next, our mind tends to predict threat. Which is, of course, not unreasonable when we read the news. So what is to be done?
Please let me introduce David Lucas. David works with Queensland Ambulance Service and is responsible for the leadership capability development framework. He has a background in organisational development and has been working in that particular area for fifteen years. David’s focus and area of interest is leadership development…
One of the great ‘needs’ of all organisations, regardless of size, structure, location, industry and classification, is to understand the value delivery system. These matters, whether the organisation’s structure is for corporate, government agency or social benefit, and includes stakeholders along with all participants in the delivery chain.
People used to interact and converse with between eleven and sixteen “casual acquaintances” daily. Compare that to today…
Recently we held our inaugural Leadership Coaching Conference; “The Conference for Today’s Complex World”. We invited delegates to join us to jointly explore how to step forward and engage with change by navigating boundaries and generating creative tension through conversation, connection and collaboration.
Leadership, Coaching, Slavery, Supply Chains, Venture Capital, and Family: A Conversation with Revel Gordon
Revel Gordon is one of the featured speakers at the QUT Leadership Coaching Conference.
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.