“The dark thought, the shame, the malice, meet them at the door laughing,and invite them in.Be grateful for whoever comes, because each has been sentas a guide from beyond.” Rumi
“The difference between bad and great organisations is generally the frequency, quality and management of feedback loops” Ray Dalio
I’ve never been a fan of using slides for presenting information, for sharing knowledge. My preference, always has been for for interacting with people in the most human, basic form possible: through listening, talking, questioning and discussion. But times they are a-changing. With the advent of a different style of interactive presentation software, I’m suddenly… Read More Adapting . . .
“I am naturally a praise-giver. People joke that my praise is meaningless because it’s just nonstop. But I mean it. I want my colleagues to know they are loved, needed, and valued. I try and give my employees chances to stretch and expand, even when it’s scary, and to be there as a trampoline. I’m… Read More Praise where it’s due . . .
“Wasn’t it extraordinary to be in the world right now, wandering around in a wonderful adventure!” Jostein Gaarder (Sophie’s World)
“Let the youthful soul look back on life with the question: what have you truly loved up to now, what has drawn your soul aloft, what has mastered it and at the same time blessed it? Set up these revered objects before you and perhaps their nature and their sequence will give you a law,… Read More Can you?
“In carrying on my own humble creative effort, I depend greatly upon that which I do not yet know, and upon that which I have not yet done.“ Max Weber
“As no one else can know how we perceive, we are the best experts on ourselves.” Carl Rogers
“But what a fool believes he sees No wise man has the power to reason away What seems to be Is always better than nothing” Michael McDonald
“Why do we treat the fleeting day With so much needless fear and sorrow? It’s in its nature not to stay: Today is always gone tomorrow.” Wislawa Szymborska