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Why Manage by Exception?

Why Manage by Exception?

Like watching the highlights of a soccer game, for the drama, fake injuries, refereeing mistakes and goals scored, rather than the whole 80 mins plus. Many business leaders and owners get caught up giving instructions on daily work.  Often well intended, or living in...
Navigating the Ups and Downs

Navigating the Ups and Downs

The unpredictability of life sucks. One minute you’re riding high with the wind whipping through your hair and the next minute you’re flat on your ass with a face full of gravel. Alison G. Bailey, Present Perfect. Through my motorsport obsession. Each of our three...
The Incomplete Leader

The Incomplete Leader

We’ve come to expect a lot of our leaders…(they) should have the intellectual capacity to make sense of unfathomably complex issues, the imaginative powers to paint a vision of the future that generates everyone’s enthusiasm, the operational know-how to translate...
Managing by Walking Around

Managing by Walking Around

If you wait for people to come to you, you’ll only get small problems. You must go and find them. The big problems are where people don’t realize they have one in the first place – Albert Einstein. Seeing is believing.  It is believed to have been first practiced by...
Moving from I’m busy

Moving from I’m busy

We were very inspired by this idea of bragging and complaining with others about how much we work and trying to understand whether it operates as a symbol of status in the eyes of others. Silvia Bellezza Pre-Covid, I was routinely running around, running errands,...
Feeling the Mid-Career Doldrums?

Feeling the Mid-Career Doldrums?

There can be the collision of a lot of things going on in our lives mid-career.  Interesting to read the studies of a bottoming out of satisfaction at the midpoint from 20 years and 65 years of age – at around 45 years of age.  The good news being that our...