Key Steps Blogs

    October 13, 2014

    Still the waters…

    The past two weeks we have spent time together learning about the way we filter our reality and how our perceptions are formed by deleting, generalising and distorting. So, it shouldn’t come as any surprise that the sages through the […]
    October 7, 2014

    Can ‘DGD-ing’ be a good thing?

    Last week I shared with you how our beliefs and values shape our perceptual filters. I specifically focused on the potential disadvantages of the way we filter (out of absolute necessity) the overwhelming 2 million bits of data our sense […]
    September 15, 2014

    Absence makes the heart…?

    Leading a team of diverse employees with constantly changing needs and limited resources is hard enough. Scatter those employees across different geographic areas, where face-to-face contact is infrequent, priorities are constantly shifting and there is little time to address their […]
    August 18, 2014

    How well do you write?

    Many bright people, perhaps you’re one of them, go to great lengths to avoid writing business documents. The threat of facing a blank page or a bare computer screen can be more powerful than the desire to write. Just the […]
    August 4, 2014

    Creating a happier workplace is simple.

    Australian positive psychologist Timothy Sharp – otherwise known as “Dr Happy” – asked 50 people a simple question: “What do you consider to be the top three contributors to happiness at work?” Their answers provide food for thought to managers […]

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