We now know that everything is connected and it is just a question of where and how we engage. My commitment is to support individuals, teams and organisations that they become more enthusiastic, more committed and more capable in pursuing their aims.
It is a paradoxical feature of our time that as social media promises greater interconnection than ever before, at the same time we can experience isolation and loss of relationship.
In a leadership role this can be particularly intense and challenging, and the responsibility for personal leadership falls on us all.
A leadership mentor or speaking partner can help clarify questions and reflect on significant issues.
And here is where the social challenges arise. Are we all on the same page? Are we effectively using our respective talents for the common interest? Can we address difference or conflict without falling into disarray and damaging relationships?
Learning to work in groups and teams is not only essential, but a fertile ground for personal development.
Unlike machines, organisations evolve over time, face crises, require review and renewal. In this way they behave like living organisms with an identity, culture and life cycle. Organisation development is the responsibility of boards and leadership teams to ensure that the enterprise continues to meet its objectives.