Category: cocreative

Your 90 day goal setting challenge

When planning any important activities, projects or the future of our organisations, the historic approach has always been to set long term goals. We determine where we want to be in say, 3 or 5 years’ time, and set our plans accordingly. The problem with this approach is that the pace of change is increasing,…

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3 Tips for Terrific Teams

Which is most important for YOU will depend on your business, your team members and what you want them to do. For example, if your team members already know each other but haven’t worked together as team before and you need them to work together on something crucial to the overall success of the business…

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eCollaboration – what is it?

Since first crawling out of the primordial slime and starting to walk on its hind legs, mankind has depended on collaboration for survival. Families, clans, tribes, corporations, cities, countries and international bodies like the UN all serve the purpose of, and are dependent upon, collaboration.  Almost everything we do depends on collaboration. Almost any system,…

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Who do you trust?

A few years ago, London became the greatest place on earth to be. Why, because we were hosts to the Olympic and Paralympic Games. As a London Ambassador volunteer manager, I was privileged to be part of it. I was based at Heathrow airport for three months and, it was while I was there that…

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Are you ready for new management?

What is new management? One of the problems with our current approach to management is that we treat team members as objects or just ‘resources’ that assigned to roles. We do this regardless of their individual competencies, personal preference or level of commitment. The traditional approach Many managers attend traditional management training, or have learned from…

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Would you like to get better results from your people? Cocreative helps you solve an existing management problem, build confidence, or bridge the gap between your essential IT people and the rest of your team. Our clients realised they couldn’t do it alone, so they got help from us. Why? Because they needed help from someone with…

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