Time to Think - The Thinking Environment
“The quality of your thinking is dictated by the quality of the attention your are paid.”
Our clients have grown accustomed to releasing their freshest and most independent thinking when working with us in a “Thinking Environment™.”
Thinking together, you will uncover and test out as many scenarios, options, opportunities, strengths, and outcomes as you need to nail that lightbulb moment.
Strong Corporate Culture and Staff Engagement
“People who use their strengths every day are six times more likely to be engaged on the job.”
Teams that focus on their strengths are 12.5% more productive. We use strengths coaching to enable you to lead and improve performance with greater ease and confidence.
Change begins with individuals, and spreads through teams. Our team profiling and coaching module enhances the performance of individuals in teams, and of teams by revealing all the talents and strengths available to them.
Reputation is arguably the most valuable asset any leader, corporation, organisation, or government can have. If reputation was an item on the balance sheet, it would go straight to the bottom line. Excellent reputations are developed over long periods based on...
Austerity’s Victims exposes the reality, describing in detail the lives of five men living in Cornwall. Their income, below the relative poverty threshold, is compared with national/county medians and the Minimum Income Standard of the Joseph Rowntree Foundation. Their quality of life, as support and benefits are cut away, is also examined and shown to fall a long way short of the wellbeing defined in the 2014 Care Act.
The Seven Principles of Public Life outline the ethical standards that working in the public sector requires. The Principles were first set out in the Committee on Standards in Public Life’s first report by Lord Nolan in 1995, and they are included in a range of Codes...
The Committee on Standards in Public Life is maintaining a close watch on standards issues arising as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Chair of the Committee’s Research Advisory Board, Professor Mark Philp, discusses how the Nolan Principles can be used to help negotiate the challenges we face when making decisions during the COVID-19 crisis.
We believe “governance” begins with people, and their choices, and their decisions, and their voices. We will work with you to bring your governance to life and to give you a fighting chance of avoiding national disasters like we are seeing played out at Carillion PLC.
Could Corruption Drive a Reformation
Outrage at corruption drove the reformation 500 years ago, could similar outrage drive a modern economic reformation?
The quality of everything we do depends on the quality of the thinking we do first. The quality of our thinking depends on the way we treat each other while we are thinking.
Using our Transforming Meetings Programme™ clients save as much as 1/3 of time spent in meetings, enhancing clarity of purpose and thought, and optimising decision-making.
Leading a team who do not share the same physical space with you can be tough. How do you impart values, standards, and behaviours to people who are on the other side of the world?
These 7 critical factors make or break the success of any board of directors or top team. How many do you get right?
You can rewild your garden into a miniature rainforest.
NOREENA HERTZ is a decision-making guru, bestselling author and strategist who advises some of the world’s top CEOs and Presidents on economic, geopolitical and business decisions. She graduated from university at the age of 19. By the age of 23 she was advising the Russian government on its economic reforms.
Live streaming of this event is now offline as the event is finished. However, you can catch up on the proceedings in my Twitter Moment here: Corporate Governance for a Changing World Read the Corporate Governance for a Changing World on CharlieHelps.co Report...