Category Archives: Insight

Use Of The Johari Window

The Johari Window was originated by Joseph Luft and Harry Ingram.  It is used to depict leadership personality. Leadership personality includes both self perception and the perception of others thereby differing with leadership style which is a one-way perception.  The model depicts a window which reflects aspects of our behaviour with communication flowing out from… Read More »

Seeing Into The Future – Five Business Strategy Questions People Will Pay Large Sums For Insight Into The Most Likely Outcome

We’ve always lived in interesting times, but mid 2010, there are some fascinating questions exercising people with the brains the size of planets in working out the best strategic response. What do you think will happen? Will putting up a pay wall around the Times newspapers work? Can generic news content, laced with a few… Read More »

How Is Your Point Of View? – A Critical Requirement Of Today’s Manager

One of the most revealing ways of identifying someone who can influence beyond their level of authority and control (which is a simple, but effective definition of leadership) is to really listen for the person’s point of view. How often (and perceptively) do you hear them talk about their industry’s future, what the change dynamics… Read More »