There are few acronyms more commonly applied in business than “SMART.” But not everything we need to delegate fits into that structure.
Management is about getting results. Which raises an interesting question: if you get good at it, are you just engaging in manipulation?
If you want to communicate well, you need to create meaning. In particular, you need to create story.
Problem solving is often a skill that we assume we will simply pick up. It’s not a subject that is expressly taught. We change that here.
We are all traders. We all do it, every day. But we often say that we’re not fond of negotiating. That would be a misconception.
Change models are useful. But there is a gap between what the models suggest and how change transpires in reality. Peter takes a deeper dive into the stages of change.