D is for The Design Process Of Feel, Imagine, Do And Share

There are many models for doing fine work. Kiran Bir Sethi and her colleagues at the Riverside School in Ahmedabad, India, encourage their students to follow the design process of Feel, Imagine, Do and Read more

E is for Enjoyment

What are the things you enjoy doing? How can you do more of these things in the future? What may be the benefits – both for you and for other people?

This was the Read more

W is for Will Before Skill

Looking back on your life, can you think of a time when you demonstrated the will required to achieve a specific goal?

You may have been aiming to pass your driving test, save Read more

R is for Getting Responses After Presenting The Team’s Strategy

Good leaders communicate their team’s story, strategy and road to success. They then often invite their people to give responses.

One approach is to simply run a question and answer session. Sometimes this works, Read more

H is for Humility Rather Than Hubris

Looking back on your life, can you think of a situation where you aimed to be humble?

You may have aimed to serve others, serve life or serve the process. Maybe you were able Read more

G is for Giving

Looking back on your life what are the things you have been given that have helped you to grow?

Different people give different answers to this question. But several themes emerge. Here are some Read more

W is for Clarifying The Actual Words You Would Like To Hear People Saying

Imagine that you have taken over a team. They will obviously need to provide great service to their customers.

They will also need to satisfy their internal stakeholders – such as their managers or Read more

F is for ‘In Order To Finish First, First You Have To Finish’

There is some dispute where this phrase originated, though the favourite is from the world of motor racing.

The Formula 1 team may be gung-ho about winning the Grand Prix. But first they must Read more

L is for The Leadership Package

Imagine that you are considering taking a leadership role. What kind of leader do you want to be?

If you do take the role, how can you manage the pluses and minuses involved? Are Read more

W is for Where There’s A Way, There’s A Will

“Where there’s a will, there’s a way,” says the proverb.

Providing a person has enough will power, they will eventually find a way to reach their goals. You can also change the proverb’s wording Read more