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Loyalty: Red and Blue on Merseyside and what we can learn about loyalty

Tweet As I write this I am sitting in quaint little coffee shop on Liverpool’s main street, one minutes walk from The Cavern where it all started for The Beatles. As I watch people walk by on what is a […]

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Excuses for Complacency

Excuses for Complacency

Tweet It’s no secret that we at TomorrowToday are fans of Seth Godin, the author and business thinker. We often share his daily blogs internally and discuss them – they’re inspirational and insightful. Here’s one from a while ago that […]

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Future Fit # 30: Marking progress: Here’s to you!

Future Fit # 30: Marking progress: Here’s to you!

Tweet TomorrowToday has promised to help you start the journey towards being future fit – to becoming an adaptive leader. Being merely a ‘good leader’ will not suffice when it comes to meeting the challenge of the future. You will […]

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What Keith is currently reading

What Keith is currently reading

Tweet What Keith is  currently reading ‘Future Primal – how our wilderness origins show us the way forward’ by Louis G. Herman His thoughts on the book? A ‘game-changer’. I think this book will become one of the most significant […]

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Future Fit # 29:Practice, practice, practice.

Future Fit # 29:Practice, practice, practice.

Tweet TomorrowToday has promised to help you start the journey towards being future fit – to becoming an adaptive leader. Being merely a ‘good leader’ will not suffice when it comes to meeting the challenge of the future. You will […]

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Leading in a Changing World: Four things leaders can learn from Postmodernism

Tweet If the world has changed then we need a new kind of leadership. The world has changed. Much has been said and written about change and the importance for leaders – wherever they might be, to adapt to the […]

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Innovation-Growth

GROWTH Innovation: A practical framework for development

Tweet In TomorrowToday we believe from experience and observation of clients around the world, and through reading and tracking innovation trends, that there has been an evolution in Innovation practice just as there has been in most other areas of […]

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Future Fit # 28: Identify the ‘roadblock’

Future Fit # 28: Identify the ‘roadblock’

Tweet TomorrowToday has promised to help you start the journey towards being future fit – to becoming an adaptive leader. Being merely a ‘good leader’ will not suffice when it comes to meeting the challenge of the future. You will […]

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People

It really IS about your people – now, more than ever!

Tweet People are your most important asset! You know this, because your company’s annual statements include this sentence every year. But do companies really believe this? They’d better. Most of the efficiencies your company is hoping to achieve in the […]

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Horse Play – Learning about leadership

Tweet A repost, triggered by this article which appeared in the Skyway Magazine this month, of an article Keith Coats wrote a while back reflecting on our experiential leadership programme that we partner with Horse Play with in the Natal […]

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Rewriting the Rules: understanding the era we’re living in

Tweet It’s easy to think that maybe all we need to do to survive this crazy world we live in is just grit our teeth a little bit longer and wait for sanity to return. The madness of the election […]

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7 things you need to know about being a boss

7 Things you need to know about being a boss

Tweet Keith recently wrote an article for HR Pulse where he shares with the readers 7 points that anyone assuming the new responsibility of ‘being the boss’ should be aware of. The following are the seven points he speaks to, […]

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