A small in memorial for prof. Clayton M. Christiansen, the wise lesson he provided during the last day in class: “How to measure your life?”
Leadership in the Twenties is a serie of short blog posts based on business development trends and its impact on leadership. Trend #1: AI runs the Business, not leaders
Being bored whilst in a growth mindset can be very beneficial. New insights reveal the need to get bored sometimes.
Leading change means facilitating transition. Learn how to meet people where they are, and how they can meet you where you are as leader. Combining existing models for change to one unique model. Proven in practice.
Deep purpose can only be sensed, don’t let your ego overrule it. Deep purpose will force you to make aligned choices that will change your life fundamentally. Learn more about deep purpose and how to start working on yours.
27-06-2017, all systems fail. 56 countries, 1500+ operational facilities, 60,000 employees, ….
How an organisation survived the NonPetya computer virus. How leadership makes the difference, but only thanks to the great attitude and loyalty of employees and customers. Learn what matters in developing people in your organisation to allow them to be instrumental when it really counts. When you need to survive crisis.
Undertaking the fundamental shift from a traditional organization designed for the industrial economy to an agile model designed for today’s digital economy. A new form of organization that enables innovation,…
You can find feedback in any word or behaviour. However, providing intentional feedback requires using all your senses and understanding to ensure it is not considered criticism. Avoid these pitfalls and apply these “must-do’s”.
Displaying warmth with strength is key to making us more influential. Most men have perceived strength, women warmth. But we need both for successful relationship in both business and in…
Today we launched our newly developed leadership development programme, “making agile work”. Agile organisations struggle a lot, we have spoken to more than 20 large organisations in the Netherlands and…