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Do’s and Don’ts of the Framework of Influence

Some additional tips about how to ensure your engagement structure works. It’s easy to make mistakes when adopting an engagement model. The following tips build on this Framework of Influence (FoI) article. Always: Remember that engagement is leadership, and that it is the role … 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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Plan B

Encouraging flexibility in creatures of habit (the end user). When we start messing with people’s work spaces, we start messing with their heads. There’s no other way around it, and it has to be acknowledged. This is why workplace is … 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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What’s it All About, Alfie?

Where I aim to make the language of work space, and fork force, trends more accessible. Daily I talk about subjects that cause many a furrowed brow. Subjects like Incubators, Accelerators, Millennials, touchdown, free address, five generations….  These are subjects that … Continue reading

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