Category: Leadership

Ready? Pen and paper in hand? Here are the criteria for recruiting new people into your organisation at every position: hungry blank sheets with a history of achievement outside of their education/career Hungry – I’m attracted to people who are on quests – determined to see the world and be seen by the world. Blank…
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The Bus. The Bus is a metaphor for: our standards of performance – the way we do things our standards of behaviour – the way we treat each other the story of where we came from – our collective history the story of where we are going – our collective future the story of WHY…
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I had already decided to create a blog post about the changing relationship between clinicians and patients, when I returned to my Cotswold B&B last night and read the following extract from Colin Campbell’s excellent blog: The difficulty we have in our practice is that we continue to treat patients as though they were patients…
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Numbers don’t get emotional about people. People get emotional about numbers. Associates get emotional when faced with a percentage pay-cut (perfectly understandable – who wants a pay cut?). An unemotional demonstration that a 5% drop in percentage can be recouped by an 11% increase in productivity often falls on deaf ears. The “loser” in this…
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