Wake up calls are never expected. Or never come at the expected time. They tend to shock, overwhelm and be inconvenient.
ICRC had a data breach. So where does that leave us? It is a complex challenge. We won’t stop collecting data or stop using digital tools.
Most days I feel like an imposter. When I am unhealthy I respond by retreating into shame. When healthy, I respond with convening.
Forced pauses are frustrating, unwelcome, and annoying. They disrupt our rhythms, come with discomfort and come in many different forms.
What role does encouraging the person play in organisational change? Do we ever outgrow the need for encouragement?
History is often told from the viewpoint of the dominant voice. But that is not the only view and it leaves out vast quantities of details. It has to.
Our home is full of COVID at the moment. Fevers abound, so for today I will point you to others who I recommend highly to follow and read
This has been strange week in the UK, but even still we’ve managed to collate some learning and inspiration.
What I think of as an eyesore and another job to be done, they see as a wonderland of joy. Same pile of mud; radically different perspectives.
Trust is often viewed as woolly, intangible, hard to measure, which it is, but that doesn’t mean it might just be the most important thing we have.
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We can debate if informed and meaningful consent is a thing or even possible. Or we can go out of our way to be clear about what data is being collected, why, what we do with it, and what people's rights are. Not in fine print, but boldly, loudly, creatively,...