Archive for the ‘Featured’ Category

In today’s world, we are endlessly bombarded by email, app notifications, a 24-hour news cycle, and the pull of entertaining (and of debatable value) social news feeds and YouTube videos. We have become victims, thoughtlessly reacting to the latest shiny thing and leaving each of us exhausted, craving deeper connection and meaning. I am here…

Holding the beautiful game lightly

July 7th, 2015 by Paul Cochrane

The current FIFA debacle and the allegations of corruption bring into focus the role sports administrators should play in administering their core activity -sport. This month has seen story after story about those who run the game – those who arrange the tournaments, look after the wellbeing of players and generally administer the game. FIFA…

The Heart of Transformation

February 17th, 2015 by Mickey Connolly

For anyone who has lived through, or led, large-scale change in today’s corporate environment, the notion that “people resist change” often stands as a taken-for-granted starting point for any discussion about how to catalyze or manage people through transition. In fact, the most common change models are often loosely based on Elizabeth K├╝bler-Ross’ Stages of…