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Appreciation Magic Published on August 2nd, 2017

Working in complexity can be a challenging space to work in. There are often conflicting values, endless information about what are often heart wrenching problems with no obvious solutions and a cons … Continue reading »

What Can El Capitan Teach Us About Managing? Published on July 26th, 2017

In June 2017, climber Alex Honnold became the first person to climb Yosemite’s El Capitan without ropes. If that feat alone isn’t amazing enough, he made the climb in 4 hours, when the cl … Continue reading »
What frustrates you most about meetings? What are the behaviours that leave you feeling de-energised, disengaged, tearing your hair out, or grinding your teeth?It's an important question because f … Continue reading »

The Great Escape Published on May 23rd, 2017

This blog is dedicated to the memory of Trevor Hapi Howse, a dear friend and mentor who passed away on May 12th 2017.          Haere, haere, haere. Haere ki te wa kainga.Tre … Continue reading »
I have been reflecting on this question as I come to the end of a wonderful collaborative process working with a multi-stakeholder group who are concerned with the future of the community within which … Continue reading »
Collaboration is hard. My intuitive response to people who have different ideas from mine is so often defensive, even antagonistic. This means that I block off useful conversation instead of encoura … Continue reading »
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