It is easy to be reactive, eager to jump on tasks in an effort to solve problems and get things done at speed. But that default of doing tasks yourself may be a trap and provide little leverage.
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There’s a sense with some managers at the moment that they are really too busy just dealing with the chaos of the Covid pandemic on their business to make individual calls to their team. And anyway they tell me “the team are doing fine”. Really? I would assume nothing of the sort. I absolutely get […]
As a provider of learning programs over the last 30 years, there has always been a nagging concern that a great workshop does not translate into meaningful change.
Of course it is. You just haven’t got time for what I’m asking you for, because you don’t see it as important enough to prioritise.
I had the privilege of being the MC for the recent Training & Development Asia conference held at the Shangri-La in Singapore.
Seth Godin talks about how come really bad films get made, despite loads of money, proven talent and great technology
The client wanted to create an experiential development program for a cohort of identified talent. These were individuals across the business, some of whom lead teams, some of whom were highly influential but did not manage anyone directly. The objectives were primarily:
The client was already on a change journey when we first were asked in 2012 to put forward some ideas to help them with the next stage of change.
The client had been working with Wentworth for two years to roll out a solution sales program using a traditional model of using a Wentworth facilitator to deliver workshops in each market across Asia.