I own the pen that makes Me

People see me But don’t really see They only view me Through their glasses I’m me through their lenses Of themselves Not me, just me myself. I’m coloured somehow Then tangled and braided By how they are And who they have Come to be. It’s a muddled mess Like shoelaces with knots That can’t be... Continue Reading →

Leveraging Tension for Real Change

Change and agility ultimately are: movement, evolution, transformation. Moving from A to B with some detours along the way, there is inherent tension in change and it’s important to work with it, not against it.  The smaller you can make the distance from any given A to any given B, the more iterations (small steps... Continue Reading →

Poem – The Should’s will kill ya

What is this word should? [Collins Dictionary:] Should is a modal verb. It is used with the base form of a verb. You use should when you are saying what would be the right thing to do or the right state for something to be in. There are many versions of what's right, seen through... Continue Reading →

Creating better Buy-In is not Leadership. It’s Salesmanship.

Here’s a contrarian view:  Creating buy-in is the skill of influencing, selling, salesmanship, and political manoeuvring = Salesmanship/Sales Performance.Creating the environment for success where people bring their best, thrive, and actually want to work; enabling people performance, ownership = Leadership/Leader Performance. Leaders are obsessed with creating buy-in. Maybe this is because leaders are told that... Continue Reading →

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