Archives of #covid-19

Getaway moon

This too shall pass

By Frank Thompson In our house the lockdown began 50 days ago when the scheduled departure date for a much-anticipated trip to Italy came, and went. Our group got together online and drank to our trip in a virtual toast that called to mind the famous toast that sustained the Jewish diaspora for hundreds of […]

Time to toss Leadership Competencies Part 2: Leadership Today

The second of a 3-part series on leadership development in a post-COVID world Read part 1 In Part 1, Leadership’s Dark Ages, we suggested that the leadership competency model was developed and ‘perfected’ in an industrial age construct.  And that many organisations remain stuck in the paradigm where good leadership means efficient management. At Lead […]
Leading Remotely

Leading Remotely

The world is being turned on its head by the CoronaVirus pandemic.  Frankly, there is good in this.  It has it rapidly enforced the need for people to ‘work remotely’, a growing global trend.  Driven by unnecessarily wasted hours of commuting and the stress of working in suffocating corporate cultures, flexible working structures have been […]