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Burning Man

What Burning Man Teaches us About How to Set Up and Run Our Organisations

December 9, 2016 No Comments

Philip Pryor 2016

In 2014 I went to Burning Man * …

It was shocking, amazing, thrilling, frustrating, tiring and most of the time overwhelming in its creativity and fun for people from 18 months to 81 years.

Hillary Clinton

Hillary lost NOT because she is a woman

November 18, 2016 No Comments

Paul Vanderbroeck, PhD

Leadership Expert “Helping Leaders Get the Results They Want”.

Hillary lost NOT because she is a woman, but rather because she under leveraged being a woman. For ambitious women leaders there is much to learn from Hillary Clinton’s failure to reach the US Presidency. It would be a shame to draw the wrong conclusions, however.

family businesses

What happens in family businesses when marriages/partnerships break up?

November 3, 2016 No Comments

Philip Pryor ©2016

Families are complex. Then when significant assets and money are added to the equation, they become even more complex.

Juggling family relationships and money, especially over generations is no simple task. While blood is very much thicker than water, sometimes money can really thicken things up to the point where everything just stops working.

Olympic Gold

Winning Gold – One wonders ???

August 31, 2016 No Comments

Andrew O’Keeffe ©2016

At the Olympics, bronze medals seem to bring more joy to their recipient than do silver medals! At a rational level that doesn’t make sense, given the silver medallist beat the bronze medalist. But emotionally it’s a whole different ball game. From a psychological perspective it does make sense.