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Intercultural Glossary

Intercultural Glossary This Intercultural Glossary reflects my beliefs, values and life experience. I am well-aware that some of the definitions here may reflect neither those to be found in standard references nor common usage. This is conscious, as common usage is frequently inaccurate, superficial or even deliberately misleading, in that it may follow a hidden Read More

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Purpose, Motivation, Engagement

Purpose, Motivation, Engagement We so often hear business leaders talking about the challenge of motivating people. They don’t understand. We can’t positively motivate anyone. Motivation is intrinsic. However, where there is a clear business need, we can invite people to engage in any change process by genuinely appealing to their emotions … purpose drives us. Read More

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Change and Transformation

Change and Transformation We frequently experience the terms « Change » and « Transformation » being used interchangeably, especially in the organisation development sector and the wanna-be-sexy-start-up world. They are not at all the same. Change is pervasive. It accompanies us through life. We grow, we evolve, we develop. It may be biological, such as how our body and Read More

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(Mis-)Representing the Fundamentals of Change … An Ethical Question?

(Mis-)Representing the Fundamentals of Change … An Ethical Question? I attended an interesting international conference earlier this month which, not unusually, had a programme over-subscribed with keynote speeches. One of these keynotes concerned itself with managing change. The abstract referred to « some of the fundamental reasons why transformational change is difficult ». The speaker is a Read More