The leadership menu

Posted on 12. Apr, 2013 by in Leadership

Who can remember when Table d’Hote menus were all the rage, complete with vegetables “in season”? This is what we serve today, like it or lump it. Then came A la Carte, you can choose for yourself and we will serve you what you want. Leadership has shifted from this is who I am and […]

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Leadership and the fermata

Posted on 12. Apr, 2013 by in Leadership

In music the fermata is a pause sign from the composer to the conductor or musician. The composer will intersperse the fermata in her music to suggest a pause period. I can imagine this must be very handy if you are playing the flute. During this pause a few things happen. The musician can catch […]

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Kinetic leadership

Posted on 01. Apr, 2013 by in Leadership

Kinetic energy is when energy is transferred from one object to another, normally when they come into contact. A classic example would be those “automatic” wrist watches we used to wear. From the movement of your arm, the watch would stay wound up and function. When you removed it after a day or so it would stop…

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