17 Nov 2023 | Wayne Turmel
We all have biases that occasionally get us in trouble. And that's as true in a remote management context as it is in any other workplace setting.
03 Oct 2023 | Laura Moncrieffe
If organisations want to overcome 'quiet quitting', they need proactive, engaged leaders who are tapped in to the emotional, psychological, and financial needs of their employees.
08 Sep 2023 | David Livermore
Thereís been a surge of interest recently about the importance of psychological safety, and rightfully so. But like many good things, it's better not to have too much of it.
07 Sep 2023 | Simon Thule Viggers
Cross-organizational teams are a growing trend. But they can have some costly side-effects for the people who are assigned to these temporary projects.
04 Apr 2023 | Wayne Turmel
First was "the Great Resignation." Then there was "Quiet Quitting." But the latest buzzword flying around to help us understand the changing workplace is "the Great Mismatch."
09 Mar 2023 | Wayne Turmel
The trend for remote work was rising for years before the COVID tsunami hit. But now we've passed that first big wave of change, what will teamwork look like going forward?
17 Feb 2023 | Wayne Turmel
Three years of Covid-inspired disruption to the way work is done has left uncertainty in its wake. But waving a magic wand and saying, "we're going back to the way things were," isn't going to work for a number of reasons.
24 Jan 2023 | Wayne Turmel
How do we judge a company or team's culture? What role does working together physically play in creating it? Maybe more important, and harder to answer - how do we know?
19 Dec 2022 | Vlatka Ariaana Hlupic
Words have their own energy and meaning and need to be chosen with care. That's why language is such an important barometer of organisational culture.
21 Nov 2022 | Noura Dadzie
In the U.S., six states have passed laws requiring employers to publish salary information in an effort to reduce wage gaps. So should more organisations be prioritising salary transparency?
14 Nov 2022 | David Livermore
What does culturally intelligent decision-making look like for today's global leader? It's certainly not as simple as "just make a decision."
05 Sep 2022 | David Livermore
Diverse teams have a harder time trusting each other than homogeneous teams do. Here are three evidence-based ways to go about building that trust.
01 Aug 2022 | Bob Selden
Remote working is all very well, but how can we get a real feel for other people and build meaningful relationships without ever being in physical proximity to them?
08 Jul 2022 | David Livermore
Across the world, trust in leadership is at an all-time low. But global leaders also need to be mindful that many approaches to rebuilding trust are biased toward Western values.
02 Jun 2022 | David Livermore
Knowing how to identify and constructively address unresolved conflict in different cultural situations is a key skill for global leaders.
19 May 2022 | Vlatka Ariaana Hlupic
Creating a high-performance culture is often touted as the holy grail of today's organisations. But achieving it in practice remains an elusive concept.
24 Jan 2022 | David Livermore
'Global leadership' is one of those fancy terms that gets used in glossy consulting reports and EMBA marketing briefs. But what does it actually mean?
13 Jan 2022 | Bob Selden
Boris Johnson's attempt to apologise for attending a Downing Street party during last year's lockdown is a timely reminder about the gulf between making a formal apology and being genuinely sorry.
22 Nov 2021 | Wayne Turmel
Every animal depends on its heart for its existence. Organizations do too, except that rather than a multi-chambered muscle, they rely on leadership, managers and flows of information.
14 Oct 2021 | Wayne Turmel
What's more important: that people are working on exactly what you want them working on at that exact moment, or that important tasks and outputs are done on time and team goals are met?