Navigating the Emotional Waters of Change

Navigating the Emotional Waters of Change

The Relationship between Emotions and Change Management It’s clear that emotions and change management are inextricably linked. How we feel about the change drives our behaviour, which is why you’ll often hear people talking about winning “hearts and...
Where are the emotions in Employee Experience?

Where are the emotions in Employee Experience?

I’m a firm believer in the idea of providing a great employee experience. Done right, it’s not just another word for employee engagement. Its the driver for engagement, passion, commitment, motivation – whatever you want to call it. Mental health...
New coaching toolkit partnership with Apter Solutions

New coaching toolkit partnership with Apter Solutions

It has been an exciting week this week, with Rob heading to Paris to spend some time with the Apter Solutions team and discuss a partnership that will bring the Apter coaching toolkit to the UK in 2019.The Apter Toolkit, based on Reversal Theory, includes a...
Developing a strategic change capability

Developing a strategic change capability

The increasing pace, complexity and unpredictability of change means that being able implement change consistently will determine your future competitiveness. A strategic change capability is the extent to which an organisation is equipped to deliver change and its...
Strong Corporate Culture or Cult?

Strong Corporate Culture or Cult?

Or: Could your culture be creating a diversity problem? Conventional wisdom suggests that if we want a successful business we should strive for a “strong” culture. But what does this mean? And is it healthy? Part of the challenge in working with culture is the...
Clarity of purpose – through 8 lenses

Clarity of purpose – through 8 lenses

The concept of a purpose-driven organisation has gathered a huge amount of momentum in recent years, and while there is evidence that organisations with a clarity of purpose achieve superior financial results, we must also consider the inherent importance of meaning...