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Meet us at the Leadership, Development and Talent Management (LDTM) Forum

Posted in Blog, Featured articles, Leadership, Organisational analysis, Personal development, Systems thinking & consulting on February 14th, 2014 by

Meet our Sales and Marketing director, John O’Boyle, at the Leadership, Development and Talent Management Forum at the Royal College of Physicians, London, on March 11th 2014.

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Innovation for Aviation

Posted in Blog, Enabling internal change agency, Executive coaching, Featured articles, Groups & teams, Leadership, Organisational analysis, Personal development, Systems thinking & consulting on July 5th, 2013 by

What is really meant by the word innovation? In aviation, it can often be used as a term to drive incremental change, improve processes, and re-engineer processes.

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Getting Wise to Why? Making Organisation Culture Count

Posted in Organisational analysis, Systems thinking & consulting on February 1st, 2012 by

Supervision as a “Wisdom Illuminator” and the Doorway to Touching the Spirit of the Organisation in Corporate Culture Development By Lorna McDowell (2008)

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How is Bolivia Leading the World in Bigger Thinking?

Posted in Organisational analysis, Systems thinking & consulting on December 1st, 2011 by

…and Why focusing on the Question is More Informative than the Answer In 1791, on the cusp of the French Revolution, Thomas Paine wrote the Rights of Man, positing that popular political revolution is permissible when a government does not safeguard its people, their natural rights and their national interests. Two centuries later, as the […]

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Sustain-Ability and Connecting Up The Spirit of Your Organisation

Posted in Organisational analysis, Systems thinking & consulting on November 1st, 2011 by

As we enter the 9th and last wave of the Mayan calendar, how will the evolutionary  development challenge unfold in the corporate world and what does this mean for leadership of these times? Bernard Chanliau and Lorna McDowell, co-directors of Xenergie, have been following the Mayan calendar through their own business journeys, since travelling to […]

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Unlocking Cultural Gridlocks and Transforming Organisations

Posted in Executive coaching, Organisational analysis, Systems thinking & consulting on October 1st, 2011 by

Deriving Strategic Business Value from Next Generation Coaching By Lorna McDowell Are you reaping enough value from Coaching? Many organisations talk about “creating a coaching culture”, but do they actually know what they are trying to achieve? Xenergie’s experience finds that an absence of strategy or management around coaching processes is holding companies in the […]

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Passion Purpose Potency Conference November 2011

Posted in Groups & teams, Organisational analysis, Personal development, Systems thinking & consulting on September 28th, 2011 by

This is the new International Experiential Learning Conference sponsored by the Grubb Institute, held at Branksome Place, Surrey, UK.

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The Communication Illusion. The Hard Facts about the Soft Stuff.

Posted in Executive coaching, Leadership, Organisational analysis on April 20th, 2011 by

The scarcest resource of the current age is not money, but “enough time”. The last decade has seen heaps of “initiatives” rolled out in organisations, with which to hold people accountable for how they use their time in the holy grail of efficiency. From LEAN to corporate values programmes, most have failed miserably to achieve […]

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Retrieving the Unthought Known & Defying Gravity

Posted in Enabling internal change agency, Groups & teams, Leadership, Organisational analysis, Systems thinking & consulting on March 2nd, 2011 by

Lorna McDowell on Leadership for the “Emerging World” “A distant time, a distant space, that’s where we’re living. A distant time, a distant place.  So what ya giving?” What is this “emerging new world”?  Is it distant or is it here and now?  And why is it so hard to grasp?  Trying to embrace new […]

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Release Cultural Gridlock_Fresh Data for Organisational Survival

Posted in Organisational analysis, Systems thinking & consulting on September 9th, 2010 by

A recent survey from McKinsey reports that 84% of organisations cite innovation as central for their recovery, however almost all report that they have not fundamentally changed the way they work. As Edward de Bono, once said, “all maybe well but the ship is still sailing in the wrong direction“.   Why? A purge on inefficient […]

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