In my work as a leadership and executive coach, many of my clients struggle with change. Whether that's at an industrial, organizational, or individual level, many people struggle with learning new behaviors that enable us to best adapt to change.
Picture shows Philip in Bhutan with Dasho Karma Ura President of GNH Commission
I recently facilitated two very United Nations events: one a “fireside chat” with the United Nations country team in Bhutan, the other a conference for 90 senior United Nations executives in a New York hote
Philip Merry Synchronicity Keynote Speaker Shares his views
1. Why is careful planning and analysis alone insufficient to deliver results in today’s business environment?
Careful planning and analysis are fine when we have lots of time but unfo
“They’re always working in isolation, pursuing their own solution.”
“Bob continues to withhold relevant information and expertise.”
“She only ever gets involved when it’s a project with high exposure to the CEO.”
Have you heard these before?
Do you feel like you are the only one holding your company together?
Employee engagement became a focus in the 1990’s when it was apparent employee satisfaction could be high, yet brand’s failed consistently.
Employee engagement is about employees feeling passionate about their work, committe
I received quite a few calls over the past year to talk about managing change. The enquirer typically wants me to ‘motivate‘ their staff to accept the structural changes that were in place because of the fast moving business landscape.
With the current acrimony after BREXIT and with the USA Presidential Elections, is it any wonder that most people have a negative perspective of politics?
Politics is typically associated with backstabbing and pushing your own agenda at a cost to others.