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What if hidden agendas were no longer hidden – would the world really come to an end?

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For many years I have challenged the notion of hidden agendas – not because I don’t believe people and organisations have agendas – but more because I believe it is natural and normal to have an agenda. By naming it as ‘hidden’ we create a power and strength to it…

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Has our inability to give and hear feedback become the silent cancer of our organisations?

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In the past 2 weeks I have worked in 3 very different organisations and cultures. One an Executive in the C suite of an organisation in the European Financial Sector, another a Global Organisation seeking to achieve system wide change and a Not for Profit organisation focusing on working with…

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Engaging people for Change – by Christina Fee

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Recently, I attended a Herman Miller networking event entitled, “Engaging people for Change”. The session was led by Graeme Rainbird, Senior Consultant at the leadership development/organisational change/employee engagement organisation Questions of Difference.   Grame kicked off the session by asking us to engage in three rounds of ‘speed dating’, asking…

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