Timely lessons from the CEO of Spotify, Daniel Ek, on how to be a more effective leader in meetings. As I am spending more time in virtual meetings, I’m reflecting on how this time can be spent more effectively. I recently listened to the conversation Tim Ferriss had with Daniel Ek, COE Spotify, where Daniel…

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Former FISA Secretary General, Director of Australian Institute of Sport (AIS), Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) and CEO of the Australian Sports Tribunal shares his thoughts on what rowing needs to do to stay relevant. Mr John Boultbee AM is a lawyer and leading sport administrator with over 20 years’ experience as a judge of…

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Great way to respond to a crisis in a positive and calm way. Way to go Science in Sport! Email from the CEO. We want to assure you that at Science in Sport you can still expect world-class nutrition with a 5-star service. COVID-19 is affecting everyone around the world and as a global business…

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By GREG MCKENNA FEB 28, 2019 Business Insider Magazine How managers can harness the autonomy of the individuals and groups working throughout the organisation by “creating an environment where people have an interest in deploying their autonomy in the service of cooperation with others for the greater good of the organization.”  If there is one…

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In conversations whilst planning new ways of working for sales organisations, one of the team surfaced maxims from Myron Rogers, a leader in systems thinking. Reminded the team of how Self Managed Teams can and will thrive. • People own what they help create • Real change happens in real work • Those who do…

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This weekend I was cycling with one of my mates when he shared with me a story about United Airlines and a customer’s broken guitar in 2009. It was so impressive I had to check it out. “Broken Guitar Has United Playing the Blues to the Tune of $180 Million.” This was the headline from…

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In briefing some new leaders involved in transformational change, we entered a great discussion around people and change. It’s sometimes nice to reconnect with some truths. Change can be complex and often engaging and creating space for cooperation can cut through complexity. People will support what they help to create. (Weisbord, 1987) People do not…

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