The 7 characteristics of an Explorer Mindset – #1 Personal Resilience

Back in the 1800s, Charles Darwin, University of Cambridge Alumnus explained: “It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change.”  Today, we work in a fast-moving, 24/7, highly-connected world with constantly evolving technology and a workplace that is increasingly demanding resulting in high stress and burnout risks.   […]

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Mindfully managing routines

Modern life offers an extraordinary variety of working opportunities – perhaps more than at any time in history. But given their perceived need for control and desire that their people remain accountable, many workplaces oblige their employees to implement sometimes rigid working routines. This isn’t a problem until employees are faced by something out of […]

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Exploration Insight: Creating value for your organisation

Immerse yourself in the Explorer Mindset, a unique senior leadership development programme, designed to equip senior executives with the cognitive, emotional and behavioural resources that are required to confidently lead their organisations through one of the most competitive and unpredictable environments for centuries. Dr Javier Marcos, in the video below, will be part of the […]

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Do you have an explorer mindset?

“A leader is one who has an unusual degree of power to project on other people his or her shadow or his or her light” Parker J. Palmer The early explorers charted new geographical landscapes that spanned oceans and mountains, relying on maps and sextants, compasses and the promise of discovery. Fusing a sense of […]

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Identifying talent in professional service firms

Traditionally, the ‘up or out’ model of career management has driven individual talent development within professional service firms. In addition to the practice of tutelage learning – and talent differentiation, choosing people to continue moving up the career hierarchy was not necessary. As however firms grow in scale and complexity, this informal system is less […]

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