Category Archives: The Churning

Self-Reinforcing Cycle of Leadership

Writing in The Churning I have been thinking about the way in which leaders design and manage change. They use the insights they have gained over time to design a change programme for the organisation. They then implement that plan, giving … Continue reading

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The Churning of the Milk Ocean

A friend has sent me pictures from Suvarnabhumi airport in Bangkok, where a large statue tells the story of The Churning of the Milk Ocean. This is a Hindu legend in which the gods and demons worked together to recover … Continue reading

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“Integration of looking both inward and outward is the most powerful formula we know for creating long-term, high-impact organizational change”

As I near the half way point on writing The Churning, I’ve come across another management article that supports the need for the book. This one comes from the McKinsey Quarterly in March 2014. Its authors state: “After years [working in] … leadership … Continue reading

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Find what you love, and do it

Apologies for the recent radio silence on this site, but I have been focused on writing my second book, The Churning. As ever, writing can be a difficult and sometimes lonely process. But at the same time it is also … Continue reading

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154 people from 38 countries

Thank you. In the past 30 days www.thechurning.net has been visited by 154 people from 38 countries.   I find this amazing for a book that is not yet half-written, with no advertising. I guess it shows the power of … Continue reading

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The Churning

I am pleased and proud to announce the draft introduction to my second book, The Churning: tools for inner and outer leadership in times of change. The book provides tools for inner leadership (managing our own emotions and those around us, … Continue reading

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