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Liminal Consulting’s blog includes articles on individual, team and organisation development. I cover content on Organisation Development, Gestalt Psychology, Employee Engagement, Change Management, Behaviour Change, Business Consulting, Leadership, Management, Conflict in the Workplace, Coaching and Systems Thinking.

Communicating effectively across the miles

Communicating effectively across the miles

Slack, the technology company, recently conducted a survey in light of the surge in remote working that includes some great data on communicating effectively with remote teams. Of the nearly 3,000 workers Slack quizzed in March this year, 45% reported working...

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Contribution, goals and lining things up

Contribution, goals and lining things up

Over 90% of all the world’s data was created in the last three years. Only two months ago, Apple’s market capitalisation surpassed the $2tn mark, just two years after it became the world’s first trillion-dollar company. These two distinctions, like so many others...

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Achieving change by supporting transitions

Achieving change by supporting transitions

Sitting here today in a wet and windy Brighton, I’m caught by the sudden change and transitions that the world around me is making from summer green to golden autumn. After the (thankfully) glorious weather of early lockdown and the heatwave in August, the shift to...

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Belonging at work — has it ever mattered more?

Belonging at work — has it ever mattered more?

As millions remain confined to working from home through the coronavirus crisis, the challenge of how to ensure colleagues feel a sense of belonging at work is being brought into sharp relief for employers. We’re in an epoch. Without having to commute, those in newly...

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Cooperative Inquiry Groups

Cooperative Inquiry Groups

In any area of management, you will hear phrases like being “on team” and “singing from the same hymn sheet” practically every day. The concept is simple and logical enough – managers and their reports are, or at least should be, working toward common goals and with...

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The paradoxical theory of change

The paradoxical theory of change

There is an old joke about a tourist trying to get to New York, Dublin or the city of choice for whatever national stereotype. He stops in a village out in the sticks to ask a local for directions. After long consideration, the local replies “If I was you, I wouldn’t...

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