Welcome to Episode 40 of The Outliers Inn – Another Open Mic Night Another “Open Mic Night” at The Outliers Inn. Listen in on Antlerboy and JP as they discuss the Women’s World Cup; Renowned Transdisciplinary Behavioural Strategist, Organisational Misbehaviourist, and Ironist, Richard Claydon; and data privacy in the context of cyber security. We start with the discussion of soccer
I would find it hard to believe that any successful person achieved that success without having at least one mentor along their journey – someone who was instrumental and influential in the life journey of the person being mentored (the mentee). But what is mentorship? Mentorship is a semi-formal relationship between someone who has wisdom
July 2019 Monthly Musing I have been very fortunate that I have had several formal mentors in my life. They never told me what to do, rather offer guidance based on their knowledge and the wisdom they gained over the years. But I had many more informal mentors; those who didn’t know they were
There are very few people that actually enjoy meetings. I have never heard anyone say, “I can’t wait for the meeting this afternoon” unless it’s followed by “I won’t have to eat at my desk.” Certainly, the people who are called to attend a meeting largely lack enthusiasm are energetic unless they, or their project,
June 2019 Monthly Musing If you believe that “time is the enemy of the 21st Century company”, then meetings are the guerilla fighters sent as saboteurs. Most meetings are an exercise in mental masturbation – where egos are stroked and discussions had, but there is no real debate or the making of an actual decision.