Goals and the Canadian Astronaut 9th Feb, 2015
Goals and The Canadian Astronaut – Beginning with the end in mind I was recently driving to a meeting with a client whilst listening to BBC Radio 5 Live. Chris Hadfield, the Canadian Astronaut, was being interviewed live on radio and his interviewers were pupils at a school in Manchester. One of the pupils started […] Read More
Achieving Change by Creating Well Formed Outcomes 17th Jan, 2012
How do we best set goals/well-formed outcomes to enable change to happen in our personal and business lives? Research has shown that well-formed outcomes are best created by asking a series of questions that clarify the goal. The basic questions are “What do you want?” and “How will you know when you have got it?”. […] Read More
Apollo 11. 40 years on – Leading Teams with a compelling direction. 30th Jul, 2009
Over the past few weeks you have no doubt seen some of the coverage of the 40th anniversary of landing on the moon. You may have noticed that much of the coverage has focused on how such a difficult goal could only be achieved through teamwork.
One thing that struck me was the compelling direction that President Kennedy gave the NASA team in his speech in May 1961 Read More