What would your innovation culture look like if this were your ethos? In weak companies, the dreamers are expected to serve the planners. In great companies, the planners feel inspired to serve the dreamers -Simon Sinek. As a dreamer myself I can tell you that even the slightest interest shown is incredibly energising. Mostly we […]
Albert has used two words here that a lot of people struggle with – Creativity and Fun.
They can both be seen as time wasters, but make no mistake, if your team are not having fun you will be experiencing burn and churn. If you are not being creative you will be replaced by your competition in the not so distant future.
Often creativity is misinterpreted as a talent, but in fact it is more of a mode of operation. We all have an inherent creative side, it’s just a matter of allowing it to breath. During our workshops, people are astounded at the ‘creative talent’ in their group… but really all that is happening is that we give people permission to play and explore.
It is widely accepted that we are most productive when we are happy and having fun. It is also accepted that celebrating success leads to more success. So why is it that fun remains the “F” word when it comes to office etiquette? One of the little things I like to do with my team is […]
You Can Live Every Day of Your Life from Attitude
by Nido R. Qubein
The law of inertia holds that a body at rest tends to remain at rest, and a body in motion tends to remain in motion, at the same speed and in the same direction, unless acted upon by an outside force.
The famous talk from Sir Ken Robinson at Ted.