Leadership and Performance 8 results

Driving positive outcomes through being a passionate, life-long learner

We have started the year working with a number of new customers in a variety of settings across New Zealand.  What a privilege we have had meeting such passionate, focused people. They all want to do the best they can to create top quality outcomes for whatever or whoever they are involved with.  We are experiencing people filled with passion, wanting to thrive in their work and in their lives. They are on a pathway of continuous improvement of themselves as individuals and as a team.  This, ...

New Year ahead – Resolutions or Reflection?

We’d like to propose a different take on the old chestnut that surfaces at this time of year - New Year’s Resolutions!  Our favourite one is to resolve not to make any. We’ve never been disappointed and can be rightly proud of keeping it. All joking aside, We’ve pondered the reason we do this and suggest it results from finally having the opportunity to stop and take a look in the mirror - rear-vision or better still, face to face. What we see might prompt us to take action - or at ...

Hope – a catalyst to your future

A fulfilling life is lived in the tension between current reality and a future focus. This creates hope.  So often we become trapped in our present and struggle to break free.  This entrapment can deny us the possibilities life has to offer. In his book,  “The Path of Least Resistance”,  Robert Fritz describes how one can either pull hard into the future towards a vision, or move in the opposite direction and go nowhere.  Focusing on our current reality ensures we wallow in the ...

Re-arranging the Furniture – The Power of Context

Remember a time when you went away and came back to find your teenagers had re-organised your home? Or, someone had slept in your bed? Borrowed your car? They may have had the best intentions and tried to put things back to order before you arrived – but somehow, it just wasn’t right. Dishes in the wrong cupboard, steak knives in the wrong drawer. Car seat too far back, mirrors wrong. In spite of their best efforts, you knew in a flash, someone else had been there. Why is that? Beca...