| I consider myself to be a strategist. I love the process of determining a goal/vision, diagnosing the current situation, understanding the gaps and working out a plan or an approach to bringing the goal to reality. The best part of my job is working with teams through this process, supporting their problem solving and facilitating a joint understanding of the challenge they face and the likely solutions available to them. It’s important work as success is normally built off the back of an effective strategy. The reality is though, Read more..
| Over the last 12 months or so I have been lucky enough to complete a number of “personal development” programs and events. Each of these was different and I played very different roles from a participant to coach to leader of the team. One of concepts that has really stayed with me and changed my outlook on life has been the concept of “be, do have” as a driving force for how to live life. It is not the first time that I have been exposed to this concept Read more..
| In the early 1990’s my wife Jo and I had the opportunity to live in Atlanta Georgia. While we were there my wife decided to run the Peachtree Road Race. The race is a prestigious 10 kilometre event and one of the largest fun runs in the US with over 85,000 people participating each year. As Jo told me about the race, I became enthused and decided to enter and do the run with her. Several weeks later, I decided it might be a good idea to work out Read more..