Just Switch It Off

For a while now, I've been hearing people say how they're continously interrupted by e-mail and social networks. Maybe the people I'm coming across are hyper-connected and highly tech-orientated, but I do feel like there's a problem with electronic communication in the workplace. The main problem is that you think that the problem lies with other … Continue reading Just Switch It Off

Making Time for Reflection

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Pausing to Reflect

I am a huge advocate for taking time off to think. Teams NEED to take time-off together to plan and take stock. And the busier they are, the greater the need.Last week I received a tweet about an article by Richard Branson, where he suggested that To Succeed, Take Some Time-Off. This week, I rejoiced … Continue reading Pausing to Reflect

Tension and Personal Space

I love my Monday evening dance classes - the atmosphere is playful and relaxed and even when I can't get one step right, I still manage to leave buzzing. Something happened yesterday that I wanted to share with you - it's not very dramatic, but it was unusual. And it made me think. A little … Continue reading Tension and Personal Space