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Here's what we have to say about everything

Hilary Bryan

17 October 2021

Don't look back in hindsight

Another in our series on unconscious bias.

Hilary Bryan

10 October 2021

Initial thoughts on Ārewa ake te Kaupapa, Raising the platform: Review into the Future of Local Government

Check out Hilary's initial thoughts on Ārewa ake te Kaupapa, Raising the platform: Review into the Future of Local Government

Hilary Bryan

26 September 2021

Your brain likes simple business writing

We've trained so many people over the past 20 years to write effectively. So it was great to see an article in the July-August 2021 Harvard Business Review confirming some of the fundamental elements we believe in.

Kristen Gyorgak

blog post

22 September 2021

4 steps to better delegation

Leaders can and should delegate. The trick is to delegate in a way that's both safe and appropriate for the delegator and the delegatee. Here are four steps to help with that.

Hilary Bryan

Webinar

16 September 2021

Tea & Toast: Why Agility is More Than the Agile Manifesto

Join Hilary as she explores the bigger picture of agility: ideas, whole-organisation issues and why we need it more than ever. She takes a broad look at what agility means, and dives into our Agility Powerpack. That's our take on a tailored, human-centred and agnostic approach to agility.

Kristen Gyorgak

Webinar

26 August 2021

Tea & Toast: Inclusion at work

Inclusion at work isn't a feel good, it's a business necessity.

Kristen explores what inclusion at work really means, what the latest research is telling us and actions we all can take to build inclusive teams and organisations.

Hilary Bryan

blog post

23 August 2021

We're all just hallucinating about marmite sandwiches

We continue our series on bias with this look at the 'marmite sandwich effect'.

Dinah Vincent

blog post

20 August 2021

Be first or be forgotten: the power of the primacy effect

Our series on bias continues with this look at the primacy effect. It affects what you choose, what you remember, and how you judge people.

Hilary Bryan

blog post

15 July 2021

The IKEA Effect

This is an unconscious bias and a really interesting one. If you've been involved in creating something, you'll be more biased towards it than other options you haven't been involved in creating.

Kristen Gyorgak

blog post

14 July 2021

The status quo bias and you

The status quo bias means people tend to default to the status quo even if it isn't the best option for them.

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