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In A Doom-Laden World Here is the Reason Why You Should Be Optimistic.

In a recent 60-Minutes interview with Donald Trump and Mike Pence, Lesley Stahl said, “I don’t remember the last time we’ve seen a world in this much chaos,” to which both candidates enthusiastically agreed. This is not surprising after all

Let’s Move to Mars!

Let’s move to Mars! Elon Musk and his team at SpaceX are not joking. And they’re not wild-eyed dreamers either. Yesterday, Elon addressed a crowd at the International Astronautical Congress in Mexico, giving details of how his company plans to

Turbocharging Brand Strategy

Analyzing a brand is sometimes confused with analyzing the company. Over the past year, I had the pleasure of engaging with arguably one of the world’s most iconic manufacturer of sports cars: Ferrari! It is, I believe, worthwhile contemplating some

Tuesday Tip: The Future of CV’s (Resumes)

My oldest daughter has nearly finished her schooling and is looking for some summer work. In the first job that she applied for, they asked for her CV, her resume. She came to me and asked me how she should

Tuesday Tip: Dealing with a sexist team

The Problem I think my team might be sexist …what can I do? You may have been made aware of the presence of a subtle (or maybe not so subtle) sexism within your team / organisation, and now need to
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Three questions to answer before you ‘dive in’.

I recently came across a wonderfully insightful Calvin and Hobbes comic strip. The two protagonists were excitedly trying on some snorkelling goggles proclaiming that this newly acquired equipment would now enable them to stay underwater indefinitely, see all kinds of

Tuesday’s Tip: Making learning stick, making change a reality

How to reinforce the message of your recent conference to help change those mindsets and actions within your teams, and enable on-going learning. The problem: Your investment into your conferences or leadership away days are not producing a return. You take
High performing talent

6 Characteristics of high-performing individuals who succeed in today’s world of work

A 5 minute overview from Raymond on what it takes to be a high-performing individual in today’s world of work – presented at a recent USB showcase. Ray looks at 6 characteristics of high performing individuals in the modern world
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On Leadership: What the Hell’s Going on?

In a hard hitting and sobering Rolling Stone article titled, ‘The Point of No Return: Climate Change Nightmares Are Already Here’ there was a quote that stood out as being highly relevant for leaders. The context was the plight of the
Talent Retention

Tuesday Tip: How to keep your top talent engaged with your organisation (even when they’re leaving)

One of the conversations we have with more and more of our clients is around their frustrations and difficulties related to retaining talent in the workplace. How to retain talent when they are always leaving (or never staying long enough). The

The Silence Class: Learning Adaptive Leadership for the New World of Work.

For a moment I thought he was going to hit me such was his anger and frustration. It was an interesting experience and one I’m not sure I could have coped with had it occurred when I first embarked on

3 Groundbreaking technologies you may not have heard of that will begin to affect your everyday life

The team at TomorrowToday Global  periodically highlight technology changes that are sitting on the periphery of most people’s awareness, but which will have a significant impact on our lives. There are a number of technology trends that are in people’s
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