Below are useful tips and practices to make that change you are looking for. This is not just for after the New Year when we start noticing how our great plans are already starting to slip (again...). As with anything, any change you make will be better than sitting around doing nothing, so pick something … Continue reading Make change stick – a resource collection
I support people on making big change decisions, and I also had a few chances for gender diversity conversations recently, and they have - again - been mostly binary. Politics largely seems to be binary, too, as I wrote the first version of this, a politician was being interviewed about an upcoming election featuring two … Continue reading How to unblock either-or thinking
Intense two days with so many threads and topics and inspiration, most of it still fermenting, some being distilled, some still ripening on the branches. The following will focus on the experience of attending virtually more than the details of the content. A snapshot in time, reflecting out loud. If you want neat bullet points … Continue reading Elephants from afar: Tuning into the Global Peter Drucker Forum
You want to attend that conference but you aren't able to. Check out these tips how to make the most of social media to tap into the conversation, make new connections and invigorate your practice.
Reposting a twitter thread from last year for remembrance day. Still holds true. @ChristineLocher Remembrance Day. (1) walk with me… The picture of Macron and Merkel made me well up. I grew up in Germany, and at every family reunion, the second toast (after the one to the person/occasion) was always to “l’amitie franco-allemande”. To … Continue reading Peace is a verb