Tag Archives: Strategy

Turn the Beef Around

An example of how a change in workplace strategy benefits people, place and budget and can be quite different to people’s perceptions. A long time ago in a galaxy campus far, far away….we broke the mould. In a rather traditional … Continue reading

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The Engagement Fulcrum

Workplace has been traditionally a ‘tell’ environment. If you are not familiar with engagement-led models, how do you lead change when a ‘tell’ is not an option? When working with people who are new to engagement models, the common themes … Continue reading

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More Than Meets the Eye

A short piece on when people are more than their CV, how a simple engagement direction has made some people very proud, and how going the extra mile benefits the project. At one interview the curveball questions at the wrap-up … Continue reading

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The Framework of Influence

How to create a ‘Framework of Influence’ to manage engagement effectively. At the heart of every project is a Scope. It defines the project in terms of what needs to be achieved and the work that needs to be completed … Continue reading

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How Workplace Change is Like a Novel.

How you engage will impact the acceptance of change – it’s all about how you tell the story. Long ago and far away I had a boss whose mantra was ‘Do it right, do it once’. This is critical within … Continue reading

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