Even confident people start a new job with a certain amount of trepidation. Hey, we’re not sociopaths(?). Am I as good as I think I am? Will people like me? Can I add (enough) value; and quickly (enough)? Can I … Continue reading Week 7: The kindness of strangers
I like to orient around core values. When you are moving with velocity (speed + direction), it is important to know which direction you are heading. (We are not pulling donuts in the school car park.) A challenge to delivering … Continue reading Week 4: Stakeholder value
Think about the change journey of the cannabis industry over the last 2 years: Legacy market process (hopefully avoiding drug gang supply chain) – I have a mate who grows a few plants – he bags it up, sorts me … Continue reading Week 3: the learning NEVER STOPS, PEOPLE!
Finally! I have delivered on my personal goal: “develop a podcast.” Here is the challenge…“Corporate” news, stories, communications tends to be very dry and unremarkable. Only the “brand committed” would be enticed to follow along. So, how to make it … Continue reading “People like us, who do things like this.”
On Sunday I visited a house that had dozens of Rubik’s cubes kicking around. I picked one up for the first time in 25+ years and set to task – to finish one side. I chose the largest cube I … Continue reading (Re)Learning 3 Languages: Rubik’s, French, Markup
After last week’s talk by Welby Altidor, I have been thinking about a duty of care at work. He envisions a lifestyle / workplace of creative courage, and I said, “sign me up.” As a team leader, I want that … Continue reading Why Can’t I Do What I Want To Do At Work?
Yesterday I heard Welby Altidor talk about his new book Creative Courage at The Art of Leadership conference in Vancouver. Much of this blog is really that investigation, how to move out into the world (courage) and do good work … Continue reading The War On Imagination
Today I became a citizen of Canada. I am officially ready. I have been in Canada on and off since the Millennium; and it is important to state the only reason I have not taken citizenship earlier is my pure … Continue reading A Canadian Experience In VUCA Times
1. Idea Sketchbook Not only is Twitter a learning tool from my followers (I follow links curiously), but I use it as a mechanism of reflection. Twitter is a live learning environment. It is my ideas sketchbook. I review my … Continue reading Two Asides on the Power of Twitter
[Teach Me Something I Don’t Know, episode 5] Memetastic All your memes are belong to us – top internet memes of all time. Ah, growing up online is a magnificent thing. Memetastic yo!“All your memes are belong to us” by … Continue reading Pallid and Inoffensive: TMSIDK Ep.5