An understanding that we live in a hyper connected world and that neural networks are analogous to social networks. Brain activity is made possible through connecting neurons, while social activity is made possible through connecting individuals, and both are stimulated by new ideas and perspectives.
We provide coaching, facilitation and development to leaders, teams, directors and boards. Getting the right conversation into the room unlocks potential: for leaders to develop and grow and for teams and organisations to do amazing things.
By facilitating and creating connections. Whether it’s neurons connecting as an individual learns; individuals connecting in a team for higher performance; teams connecting across organisational silos; or helping people connect in communities.
Hierarchies work for simple problems (known problem – known solution) and complicated problems (known problem – unknown solution), but networks are required for the complex problems (unknown problem – unknown solution), where the problem is ill-defined and possible solutions are littered with unintended consequences. To grasp the networked approach consider the development of the internet. [...]
The end of the year is a time for reflections and resolutions. And not a moment too soon, because the leaders and managers I coach are very busy doing a lot of stuff with little time to think. I imagine you are the same (so I won’t burden you with a long article, just 396 [...]