We live in a world where we must all bow at the altar of authenticity. But we are all many authenticities and none. How do you determine what to do authentically? Especially if you lead an organisation where your behaviour counts? Here’s a 4 level model that should help.
From Olympic Rings to Global Impact: The Story of The Great Outdoor Gym Company – Georgie Delanie MBE, MD
“If going to a TGO gym can help unlock your potential not only for your life, but for your community, for your planet, that’s the end game.” Georgie Delaney MBE isn’t short on a big vision. But critically – she’s also not short on taking action. It was wonderful to talk to her about setting […]
The final judgement is “Does it Feel good?” – Alex Holliman, CEO of Climbing Trees
So you’re running an ethical agency. A criminal organisation posing as a listed company – let’s call them Belgian Australian Tobacco – approaches you. “We fund an ‘anti-smoking education programme’ along with some of our other friends. But the challenge is that it’s not as easy to find us on the web as it is […]
Must we digitise love?
Technology is amazing. And its possibilities are boundless. Which is a source of hope and trepidation. As we marvel at where AI is going, as ChatGPT wakes us up to a new horizon of possibility, we so need… to….. pause. I remember the initially exciting, then disturbing feeling a while back with the unerring accuracy […]
Recession is like skiing
Skiing is like navigating strategy. It’s end of quarter. And I’m going through quarterly strategic planning with most of the CEOs I’m working with. And as it’s nearing the end of an annually shorter ski season (thank you fossil fuels et al), I was just thinking about a principle I had to learn the hard […]