Monthly Archives: October 2020

Fearlessness

Where innovation can make the difference between success and failure, it is not enough to hire smart, motivated people. Knowledgeable, skilled and well-meaning people cannot always contribute what they know at that critical moment on the job when it is … Continue reading

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Practice what you preach

“Practice what you preach”. I’m sure we all know this saying. It’s an important one for getting people onside and building trust. If you can’t practice something yourself, you shouldn’t be preaching it to others. But what about preaching what … Continue reading

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Virtual collaborations – making them work

Virtual collaborations are necessary now, but how can you make them work? I’ve been gathering some thoughts from practitioners and advisors about how to make virtual collaborations work well in these difficult times. These are some of our conclusions, but … Continue reading

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Fantastic value webinars

At the Knowledge and Information Management group at CILIP (of which I’m Chair) we’ve got some fantastic value webinars coming up which might be of interest to you, whether you are a CILIP person or not. The theme for the … Continue reading

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