A.I, Coaching and Chess
One of the best grand chess masters of all time is Garry Kasparov. Grand chess masters hone their skills with tens[...]
Leading In Complexity
We used to say that work was VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, Ambiguous).  We told people this and tried to wake[...]
On Diversity in Counsel, Unity in Command
Agile is a bit of a buzz word in business at the moment. How many of us have; been in a cross functional[...]
What is Leadership Coaching All About?
Recently, we've had a lot of questions about how leadership coaching works and what a partnership between coach and coachee might[...]
Don’t Stop, Crowd Out Change in Your Organisation
Stopping entrenched habits is hard.  Culture change is even harder. Why?  One of the biggest reasons is that we focus on[...]
The Development Trigger for Leaders
What makes us do what we do?  What makes a leader interested in development? QUESTION: How does the 'trigger' happen?[...]
Blending Synchronous and Asynchronous Leadership Development Experiences
COVID-19 has sent a ripple through the Leadership Development world. You see we are predominately people's people. That means face-to-face is[...]
Burnout – and 5 Things You Can do About It
As leaders, we can start thinking about doing these five things for ourselves and our teams to avoid burnout. I[...]
Limits and Pushing Through Them in Leadership
I’ve always thought that if I had lived in a different time, I would’ve been an explorer that constantly sought[...]
Trust – Take the Time to Build and Maintain It
The concept of trust might feel like a funny thing to be talking about at this time. However, as the[...]
Virtual Meetings – It’s a Meeting Not a Date
How changing the way you show up to virtual meetings can leave you feeling fresher Many of us have been[...]
Remote Work and Navigating Your New Normal
Tools and Tips from the JumpShift Team on Remote Work Kia Ora, We do hope that you, your family and[...]