When Faced With Fear

‘Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear – not absence of fear.’ ∼  Mark Twain, author Our experience suggests that fear is rife in many organisations. As the body’s primeval response to perceived threat, fear is a protective, adaptive response. Yet in the context of the workplace it can quickly become debilitating and demotivating. Feeling fearful… Read More

Starting Out as a Change Agent

If you’ve been told “You’re a change agent from now on!” but haven’t a clue what that means or how you might begin to play your role effectively, here are some thought starters: What is a ‘Change Agent’? A Change Agent is: ‘someone responsible for facilitating or implementing change’.  It’s that straightforward. Even if its… Read More

Honing Your Craft as a Change Agent

Personal development is sometimes described in terms of how effectively we can work with our growing edges. This gives a sense of a frontier, in which new territory is being explored; the feeling of adventure can be engaging and energising. In our experience the challenge is to work with our edges while not losing connection with our centre,… Read More