Have love in your heartRead More
Carl Jung spotted the distinction between introverts and extroverts in 1921. Tests such as the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator show that about one third and a half of the population are made up of introverts.Read More
Do you ever feel like you have to leave your personality at home and become a bland, boring robot in order to succeed as a leader?Read More
Sex or Emotional Intelligence?
This was the choice I was presented with at a Wisdom 2.0 summit in San Francisco. Two sessions on simultaneously. Both seemed really interesting. At the end of the day "Sex, Intimacy and Relationships: Mindful Practices for Deeper Embodiment and Connection" won out.
Don't let not being a natural "peopler" get in the way of your success at work. If “peopleing” doesn't come naturally to you, these strategies will help you.Read More
This summer my partner Simon and I have been building a cabin in the Coromandel. And it's been freaking hard work.
But I’ve learnt some valuable lessons.
When was the last time you had a “good talk” with someone about something important? In my line of work, I observe people having these “good talks” quite frequently.Read More
The emerging future is beyond what has been, or what is currently. In essence, you sense that something is going to happen, you don’t know what it is, but you hold the space to allow it to happen.Read More
You've been building your business. At first it was easy - just you and a couple of amazing first hires. You were all friends, and you just "got it". There was no need for policy, procedure or anything other red-tape to get bogged down in.
When scaling a business, some things can wait and others can’t. During my five years building out People and Culture with Vend and now advising to Naveya & Sloane, these are the lessons I’ve learnt