Learnings from Whistler: Scaffolding emergence


In June this year I had the privilege of attending the Cynefin Retreat in Whistler, Canada along with many Cynefin practitioners that up to then, I only knew virtually.  The opportunity to finally meet in person was incentive enough to attend, however even that couldn’t compete with the stimulating ideas we engaged with over the … Continue reading Learnings from Whistler: Scaffolding emergence

Finding our way together


In a recent post, Jeff Goins describes that moment when the so-called “imposter syndrome” prevents a writer from publishing his work.  I could relate to that feeling … I often find myself agonising about whether or not something I’ve written is “worthy of publishing”.   Typically it sounds like “Who am I to write about this? I’m … Continue reading Finding our way together

Harold Jarche in Jhb for a half day workshop: Becoming fit for the Future of Work in Perpetual Beta


“Reinvention and relevance in the 21st century draw on our ability to adjust our way of thinking, learning, doing and being. Leaders must get comfortable with living in a state of continually becoming, a perpetual beta mode.”  – Harold Jarche   We will be hosting internationally renowned thought leader, Harold Jarche in Johannesburg on 28 August.  Harold Jarche helps … Continue reading Harold Jarche in Jhb for a half day workshop: Becoming fit for the Future of Work in Perpetual Beta