Gaming is typically a sedentary activity. You sit somewhere and become completely engaged with what’s happening on the screen. What if the game got people off the couch instead of on the couch? What if the game forced people to go out and move around and get a little physical exercise?
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One of my favorite books is called “I never metaphor I didn’t like.”
I have a friend who is always right. Well, that’s what they think. Almost regardless of the topic or situation, they have an opinion, and it’s the right opinion.
A lot of the work I do is with teams. I work with leadership teams, project teams, virtual teams, teams that are thrown together at the last minute and teams that have been together for a long time.
Have you ever sat in your office wondering how on earth you can cope with it all? Most of us have felt buried by work at some time or another. There is so much going on, so much information coming at us and so much to do, that is it often hard to know where […]
Thinking Agility is like physical agility. The more often you try it the easier it gets. Here are some things you can do every day to become more agile in your thinking.
In celebration of World Brain Day 2016 on July 22, we’ve been thinking about some easy ways to keep your brain in tip-top shape so you can get the most from your brainpower.
Today’s Millennial workforce. We hear that often that they’re entitled, lazy, self-centred and lacking a strong work ethic.
In just 23 days, the Olympic cauldron will be lit, signalling the beginning of the Rio 2016 Games. And just like in past years, the torch carrying that flame will have made quite a journey to get there.
75% of cross-functional teams are dysfunctional.