How to stop procrastinating

Procrastinators tend to dislike work, including both mental and physical work. Some of the common symptoms are feelings of indifference, difficulty in making decisions, and a lax attitude towards life - sound familiar? Procrastinators can exhibit poor time management...

How to build Psychological Safety within Your Team

The highest-performing teams have one thing in common: psychological safety. But what exactly is it? According to Harvard Business School professor Amy Edmondson, who coined the term: “Psychological safety is a belief that one will not be punished or humiliated for...

How Project Managers can use agile thinking to deal with complexity and uncertainty

While all members of a project team contribute to the success or failure of a project, it’s ultimately the Project Manager who is accountable for the outcome. Taking a leading role in the planning, management and execution of a project, Project Managers oversee the...

Innovation + Acceleration = Value Creation

I’ve had the pleasure of working with Adrian Jobson, director of Acculture, for just over three years. With a Master of Business, Organisational Change and Consulting, Adrian is a business owner, somatic coach and innovator with an intense curiosity about creating...
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How to stop procrastinating

How to stop procrastinating

Procrastinators tend to dislike work, including both mental and physical work. Some of the common symptoms are feelings of indifference, difficulty in making decisions, and a lax attitude towards life - sound familiar? Procrastinators can exhibit poor time management...

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How to build Psychological Safety within Your Team

How to build Psychological Safety within Your Team

The highest-performing teams have one thing in common: psychological safety. But what exactly is it? According to Harvard Business School professor Amy Edmondson, who coined the term: “Psychological safety is a belief that one will not be punished or humiliated for...

read more
Innovation + Acceleration = Value Creation

Innovation + Acceleration = Value Creation

I’ve had the pleasure of working with Adrian Jobson, director of Acculture, for just over three years. With a Master of Business, Organisational Change and Consulting, Adrian is a business owner, somatic coach and innovator with an intense curiosity about creating...

read more
Thinking Agility: What, why, how

Thinking Agility: What, why, how

Thinking agility is all about being able to move between different thinking styles when a situation calls for it. Why is this so important? Let’s explore.

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How does mindfulness unlock thinking agility?

How does mindfulness unlock thinking agility?

Mindfulness: The basic human ability to be fully present, aware of where we are and what we're doing, and not overly reactive or overwhelmed by what's going on around us. Thinking agility: The capacity to consciously shift your thinking when the situation requires....

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