There is no one in the world more qualified to talk about creativity than John Cleese.
For those of you that don’t know him, Cleese is the British comedy genius behind Monty Python and Fawlty Towers. He has mused on the creative process at various events over the past two decades, and he is an inspiration Continue reading
In a survey of 20,000 new hires, a staggering 46% failed to achieve their expected potential. The main reason (for 26% of new hires) was a lack of coachability, that is, the ability to accept feedback from bosses, colleagues, customers and others. This issue is not just limited to new hires. You might Continue reading
My first boss was a legend. Look him up if you are the stalker type…. A nicer guy you couldn’t hope to meet. He moulded me into a confident young negotiator, and taught me that communication skills are useless unless you have thought through the message. He let me make my own mistakes, but at Continue reading