Two Leadership Fundamentals Video Refereeing can teach Leaders about Remote Decision Making

The English Premier League, a Football (Soccer) competition in England and Wales, has been trialling a version of Video Assistant Refereeing (VAR) that has been met with widespread criticism. It, unlike most of the other implementations, defers key decision making to a remote referee.

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The Three Essential Things to do When Leading Through Crisis

There will always be times of crisis for leaders. And there will be leaders that survive the crisis and come out stronger for it, and there will be those that do not. That fail.

In these times, the ones that survive, thrive even, are those that can do these three essential things; confront, assert, and connect.

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My Three-Step Cultural Change Program that Worked

At the start of last year, I decided to do more of the things I like doing. To prioritise making time, while doing my core job, to making the workplace a little better for those that give so much of their time to attend and achieve there. So, I decided to embark on a cultural change program to shift the culture from one of mildly resentful attendance to one of fun and productive camaraderie.

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