William Winstone assesses the pros and cons of hybrid working, and reflects on how it impacts work and team relationships.
The sixth episode is with Mezzana Partners’ Katherine Bond, who reflects on her role working with ParalympicsGB in the build up to and at the Tokyo Paralympics Games.
You may have spotted a Portugese man o’war, also known as a bluebottle jellyfish, washed up on a beach over the last summer. As the ocean warms, they are travelling further north. Hopefully you didn’t pick it up, as it delivers a painful sting even when dead. What you may not realise is that these creatures can prompt powerful insights into collaborative leadership. Jonathan Males explains more here…
The fifth episode in our podcast series focuses on complexity and collaboration.
In this week’s insight, Hetty Einzig shares her thoughts on how we’re adapting to life coming out of lockdown. She urges us all to take our time, notice what we’re feeling and experiencing, and stay true to what feels right for us in this period of ongoing transition.
Great leaders find the time to think about these questions on their own, with their colleagues, and with their teams. As we come out of lockdown (again), it’s a good time to ask “how will you continue to harness your organization’s drive and creativity over the next period?”