How can our organisations cope with a coming tsunami of burnt out workers? The signs are all there that the transition to hybrid/remote working is not as painless as the Zoom and Teams enthusiasts are making out.
Organisations need to completely rethink what it means to lead. It’s not about one person or even those residing at the top anymore. In today’s world, everyone has to adopt a leadership mindset. We have to think of ourselves as members of a leadership community — Patty McCord, former chief talent officer, Netflix Leadership worship … Continue reading Ending Our Obsession With Leadership
When someone in public service says, ‘I don’t use social media. No one wants to know what I had for breakfast!’ I hear, ‘I don’t have the vaguest interest in understanding how an increasing number of citizens get information or choose to interact.’ – Leah Lockhart What are we doing about boosting the Digital IQ … Continue reading How To Find And Nurture Digital Readiness
Is anyone else getting tired of the talk – and it is mainly talk – of digital transformation? The endless rounds of conferences, clubs and lists of so-called digital leaders – all promising a tech utopia. At a recent event I observed an audience listlessly staring at their iPhones as a speaker described how digital was … Continue reading Resisting the Rush to Technology for Solutions
Engaged leadership in the digital era means not chasing the latest apps and gadgets. Being an engaged leader in the digital era means knowing what your goals are and what tools to use to achieve them. It also means being brave and bold enough to step into the fray: listen to followers, share yourself with … Continue reading Five Questions for Prospective Digital Leaders
Man is by nature a social animal; an individual who is unsocial naturally and not accidentally is either beneath our notice or more than human – Aristotle That’s the intellectual stuff out of the way. Let’s talk about Instagram and social conversations. People sharing their passions and interests is what social is all about for … Continue reading Social conversations: time to move beyond broadcasting