Implementing Speed and Discipline in Your Organisation
According to McKinsey, organisations need to have Speed and Discipline to be “Resilients” – those that can survive and weather major crises and change, such as global pandemics… Here’s a summary of their research.
Summer 2020 Survey Results
You told us your biggest challenges. Read practical tips on how best to overcome them.
Meeting Review Protocols
How can you check a meeting has gone well? Try asking these questions of everyone, see what comes up, and then go over the actions so everyone is clear.
The Four Meetings by Patrick Lencioni
What meetings could you and should you, be having in your business? Patrick Lencioni suggests these 4 as the types you might seriously consider, with how they should be set up and implemented.
See It, Own It, Do It
Ever wonder why your change initiatives flounder? The See it – Own it – Do it model shows you what you might be missing and how to fill the gap. Listen for the comments at the end to help identify where things might be going wrong.
Change Curve 1 – Kubler Ross
The first part of the Kubler Ross Change Curve illustrating the stages individuals experience when faced with change.
Change Curve 2 – Kubler Ross – Actions
The second part of the Kubler Ross Change Curve indicating what leadership and management behaviours are required to support people through the change.
Management & Leadership by John Kotter
Are you a Leader or a Manager? You probably need to be both.Kotter’s model shows you what’s needed across both disciplines (and that balance is the key).
Above the Line, Below the Line
Pin this up in your Board Room to show the behaviours you want (and don’t want!) from individuals, leaders & teams.
The Delegation Onion from The Delegation Pocketbook by Jon Warner
Have you been told you need to delegate more? Download the onion & check out this article for tips on how to make it happen. Your colleagues will thank you.
The Development Pipeline by David Peterson
If someone in your team doesn’t step up like you expected – check out this pipeline to see if there are any constraints (maybe look at the model together!).