An international organization had convened a group of technical experts in their specific fields to share best practice techniques with a broad group of managers of technical facilities. When the power failed sometime around day three the initial reaction was to abandon the session. Somebody then suggested: “Why doesn’t Joe just tell us about his presentation – he’s up next and he knows his stuff so he doesn’t actually need the slides.”Read More
Recently I read Morten T. Hansen’s book “Great At Work – how top performers do less, work better and achieve more” where he offers clear, simple, quite analytical ways of looking at Purpose and Passion and claims that PxP is what we require, one without the other is not enough. Because I love taking concepts and trying them out in reality, I decided to test his “model” against reality and then against our True Leadership® framework.