You are the architect of your highest possible future

You are the architect of your highest possible future

My invitation to you is this: Cultivate your unique thought leadership for the world, and codify what makes you 'you' in ways that enable others to also benefit from you being you?

In our increasingly competitive global marketplace individuals and organisations who are able to "... assess, package and share their own best practices, knowledge-sets, case studies and highly skilled and talented leaders to serve as value-added resources to fuel business growth".

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The Idea Map

The Idea Map

Ideas for generating even greater business value and social impact are absolutely everywhere. I am certainly interested in helping great ideas become a reality, but I am especially interested in new and novel ideas that generate transformational change. 

At my core I am interested in challenging the status-quo (in a good way) and making awesome things happen. I want us all to play a different game - certainly the world needs us to.

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What is an ideapreneur?

What is an ideapreneur?

I first read about 'ideapreneurialism' after reading a blog post from Olivia Salon (Deputy Editor of wired.com.uk) where, basically, she slammed the term. She was commenting on the 'ideapreneur'  professional development stream of School of Communication Arts 2.0

An ideapreneur is inspired by an idea as much as the monetary gain, and wants to see their vision for that idea become reality.

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Recognising Your Risk Profile for Innovation

Recognising Your Risk Profile for Innovation

This morning I attended a short workshop facilitated by a member of The Holos Group team, Adam Jorlen. Adam is a foresight practitioner working with organisations at the intersection of futures thinking, creativity and more agile approaches to organisational innovation and strategy deployment. Adam’s session focused on a well researched but not often used model for understanding the process of individual and collective change, called the Four Rooms of Change (developed in Sweden by psychologist Claes Janssen).

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