To be optimally successful in the future, organisations will need to pay attention to providing brain-friendly workplaces. People can become creators or co-creators of how they handle their workflow so their brains can offer their best thinking. It’s what will differentiate the best organisations from the average ones in the years to come. This is particularly important in demanding high stress environments where consistently high performance is demanded.
Areas of Interest
More recently, and based on my studies in neuroleadership, I’ve been researching social trends and the likely impact on the workforce of the future relative to leading, learning and change. With the shifts in the global environment, there is a greater need to think creatively, and less traditionally, about how ‘work’ is changing; and the consequent flow on impact relative to what successful performance looks like for individuals, teams and organisations.
I enjoy working across the interconnected areas of leadership, learning and change. I have significant expertise in organisational change management, organisational development, training and development, business communications and knowledge management. My expertise has been developed over decades of hands-on management and consultancy experience.