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We live in rapidly changing times – never has that been more apparent than in the last few months and weeks. In a shorter timeframe than ever before, leaders and employees have had to adapt to new ways of doing business, new marketing strategies, new ways of presenting their value. One side effect of this…Read More
Energy. The thing that fuels our thought processes, our bodies, our teams, our businesses, and ultimately our survival. With a bucket-load of energy, the most fabulous, creative, even innovative things happen; and without it, everything can slow to a grind. I wrote an article back in January entitled “Energy Leakage in 2020 – Attitude Determines…Read More
The crew of an aircraft are drawn together not only by training, but by a common value system. Whether they are flight crew or cabin crew, new to the group or well established, are still working their way up or have 30,000 flying hours – there is a common thread that binds them. There will…Read More
Over the past week or two, I’ve had 4 commonly themed conversations with 4 of my clients. All four are forward thinking, open-minded and growth orientated leaders at the level of CEO or MD. All 4 have fabulous teams of people in well-established businesses that have been going places. All 4 are looking to the…Read More
The world is learning a way of thinking that pilots have been familiar with for many decades. The gap between our individual thinking, the thinking of business leaders, and the way we do things in aviation is narrowing. The world over, individuals and business leaders are having to make decisions knowing full well that the…Read More
I don’t know about you, but my tolerance levels have changed. My willingness to take in certain things, mainly news and information sources, and my choices about how to process them are changing. I think there is a certain level or capacity for fear and negativity which, once reached, the human spirit tends to turn…Read More
One of the first things pilots are taught when they start learning to operate an aircraft is to systematically take in all the information around them. This starts with the physical approach to the aircraft and the observation of the surrounding environment. A pre-flight check of the aircraft and her systems tells you how she’s…Read More
Today is Easter Monday, and Christians the world over are celebrating the resurrection of Christ – a rebirth into a new form, with new parameters and new understandings; the culmination of a walk of incredible hardship and personal journeying that also hugely affected the beliefs of a whole world moving forward. Whilst I’m not going…Read More
If there’s one thing there’s no shortage of right now, it’s opinions. It’s interesting to watch a planet of people, near and far, handling this current chapter of ours the best way they know how. Depending on whether you switch on the media to receive every theory as to how and why and when and…Read More
Well, fun times! It really is like something out of a movie and occasionally it feels like Armageddon may be just around the corner. Considering that my core business (not to mention what feeds my soul) is getting teams of people in a room together so that they can better “see” and communicate with each…Read More