It’s time to stop playing the Blame Game

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We need to replace blame with accountability and this means taking stock of accountability best practices, all of which can be found above the line. So, where exactly is this line and how do we go about getting above it?

So, what is your job?

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Executive coach, Matt Somers, breaks down the issue of accountability into an explanation we can all understand…

Training for leadership


Our last article, ‘Learning about directorships’ looked at some of the areas of training that might benefit company directors. In that article we touched on understanding obligations, planning and risk management, communication and consultation. These are all fairly standard requirements, not only for board members but also for those who aspire to take up positions […]

Change: Are you in the Driving Seat?


Over the past three years, I’ve been spending a lot of time reviewing and updating face-to-face training activities I’ve written for Trainers’ Library so that they can be delivered remotely using Zoom or Teams.  One that I recently revisited was Passengers, a change management module, that uses a car journey as a metaphor for change. […]

Playtime for Leaders


As an actor, one of the most important skills you can learn is improvisation. By learning to think on your feet and roll with the punches, actors bring characters to life and keep a scene fresh. However, the benefits of improvisational techniques are not limited to the realm of acting. Strategic improvisation can also be […]


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