Monthly Archives: October 2012

How To Get Rid of Zombies

This is the time of year when we “celebrate” Halloween, or All Hallow’s Eve where kids dress up as ghosts and ghouls or zombies and ask “trick or treat?” However, I have noticed that there are lots of zombies at … Continue reading

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Would You Jump?

Would You Jump? Felix Baumgartner is an Austrian skydiver, daredevil and BASE jumper. He set the world record for skydiving an estimated 39 kilometres, reaching an estimated speed of 1,342 kilometres per hour, or Mach 1.24, on 14 October 2012. … Continue reading

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The World is Flat

The World is Flat In my time, I’ve seen and heard many presentations, many of which are memorable. I want to share one such presentation on a recent workshop that started with “The World is Flat”. If you want to … Continue reading

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Effective Delegation: The Answer

Effective Delegation: The Answer Last week, I challenged you all to come up with the effective way to delegate. I even bet £1,000 worth of Training, Coaching and Consultancy that no one would be able to come up with it. … Continue reading

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When 5×5 = 26

Last year, in Nigeria, I delivered a maths lesson to 30 managers in The Central Bank of Nigeria. Now, it wasn’t my intention to do this, in fact the purpose of my visit was to deliver sparkling presentation skills to … Continue reading

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I Bet £1,000 You Don’t Delegate Effectively

You don’t delegate effectively, probably. I say this because I have run so many effective delegation exercises now with managers and leaders from around the world, that I am confident of being right. So confident am I that you don’t … Continue reading

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The Ryder Cup & Leadership

Leadership Focus: The Ryder Cup There are many times where sport and performance are useful to compare with the performance of an organisation and I couldn’t let The Ryder Cup win against The US Team pass without comment. What can … Continue reading

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