Tag Archives: agility

Life lessons from Adele

At the Grammys in 2016, Adele’s live performance of All I Ask was blighted by sound problems. Speaking on The Ellen Show later that week, she said, ‘Next time I have any sound issues, I am going to start over. … Continue reading

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It’s a sign! Changed priorities ahead

For the last couple of weeks, we’ve been in France. We drove about 650 miles during our trip: it was quite something getting used to driving on the ‘wrong’ side of the road and the different road signs: yellow diamonds, symbols that look … Continue reading

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Are you ready to react? Agility matters.

As you know, I’ve recently come back from a cross-country skiing trip in Finland. Unless you’re only going to ski on frozen lakes, you do need to be able to go up and down so the first day of our … Continue reading

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Ready for change?

When I was recruiting for a new team member years ago, one CV particularly caught my attention. Our ad had described the fast-paced nature of the role where things were changing all the time and we needed to recruit someone … Continue reading

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How to make 2015 your best year yet

It’s that time of year again – lots of blogs/articles/news features all about resolutions and fresh starts urging us to opt for ‘New Year, New You!’ personal re-inventions. My last post wished that 2015 may be your best year yet … Continue reading

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Should you rush past problems?

It may be arrogant of me to want to disagree with Einstein but I think that most of us would probably suggest that he was actually ‘so smart’. However, he does have a point. These days, life moves so fast … Continue reading

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How high will you bounce?

I was talking with a client the other day about those popular buzzwords in business at the moment – ‘flexibility’ and ‘agility’. Peter* commented that whilst those were all very well, what underpinned those qualities so essential in business and … Continue reading

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