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Team Effectiveness

We support our clients and their stakeholders to press pause, reconsider the future they want and help build the awareness and capacity to get there. Everything we do or say is an invitation to reconsider the present and to consider new futures.

George Por

“I always knew that none of us is as smart as all of us. I built my value propositions around that key idea and its practical implications for organisation design, innovation, culture change, communities of practice, and just about any client assignment that I worked on. After reconsidering the idea, I don’t think that collective […]

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Alyse Ashton

“Humans have huge capacity for growth and change. I used to believe that with commitment to creating new mindsets, clarity of purpose and focusing on creating the positive “weather”, organisations would thrive. I knew that when things got ‘stuck’, having the courage to stay with it would allow creativity, courage and dialogue to emerge. My […]

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Pete Masters

“I my late teenage years, I held a  firm belief that I had a natural skill for leading people and teams. After an intense period of self-reflection after leading an on-campus student association for 12 months, I began reconsidering “what is my role as a leader?”. My sense is that leadership begins by knowing whom […]

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Tim Stanyon

“I started my career fascinated by technology and how that could revolutionise business. I then became fascinated to explore why so many projects failed! The crucial “missing” was often the people. So I started to reconsider what was needed for success and herein began my journey of self-development for the sake of enabling me to […]

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Nick Putnam

“During the Noughties, I was privileged to work on some of the largest and most demanding projects in Shell. In 2009 I had the opportunity to reconsider my future and to take my skills beyond the oil and gas industry. This would provide me with the opportunity to learn from different organisations and to test […]

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Georgian song & leadership: more related than we think.

For those familiar with the work of Barry Oshry, the North American systems theorist who has dedicated his life to uncovering the limiting patterns that exist within organisations & their leaders, the words Top, Middle & Bottom may have a particular extra meaning or significance. But have you considered their relationship to UNESCO Cultural Heritage […]

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Vyla Rollins

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United Kingdom

FC_new people photos-Vyla_Rollins[social_icons ][social name=”email” link=”mailto:info@futureconsiderations.com” label=”Email” target=”_blank”][/social][social name=”linkedin” link=”http://uk.linkedin.com/in/vylarollins” label=”LinkedIn” target=”_blank”][/social][social name=”blogauthor” link=”http://futureconsiderations.com/author/vyla-rollins/” label=”Blog Posts” target=”_blank”][/social][/social_icons][/column_grid_4][column_grid_8]Vyla is an Organisational Psychologist who has worked as a strategic Organisational Effectiveness consultant for over 20 years.[/column_grid_8][/column_wrapper]

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Sonia Stojanovic

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South Africa

FC_new people photos-Sonia_Stojanovic[social_icons ][social name=”email” link=”mailto:info@futureconsiderations.com” label=”Email” target=”_blank”][/social][social name=”linkedin” link=”http://za.linkedin.com/pub/sonia-stojanovic/8/552/b91″ label=”LinkedIn” target=”_blank”][/social][social name=”blogauthor” link=”http://futureconsiderations.com/author/sonia-stojanovic/” label=”Blog Posts” target=”_blank”][/social][/social_icons][/column_grid_4][column_grid_8]“I’ve come to recognise that the complexity, ambiguity and the sheer speed of change in today’s world is creating an ever increasing gap between that environmental reality and the mindsets and capabilities of leaders that would enable them to effectively cope and lead. Through suchreconsideration, I know that the challenge is to move away from seeing leadership as a set of tools, skills or techniques to leadership as a ‘state of being’ whereby knowing oneself and working from that authenticity is the key to dealing with the larger system and organisational challenges.”[/column_grid_8][/column_wrapper]

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Martin Kalunga-Banda

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United Kingdom

FC_new people photos-Martin_Kalunga-Banda[social_icons ][social name=”email” link=”mailto:info@futureconsiderations.com” label=”Email” target=”_blank”][/social][social name=”twitter” link=”http://www.twitter.com/MartinWasafiri” label=”Twitter” target=”_blank”][/social][social name=”linkedin” link=”http://uk.linkedin.com/pub/martin-kalungu-banda/10/894/a99″ label=”LinkedIn” target=”_blank”][/social][social name=”blogauthor” link=”http://futureconsiderations.com/author/martin-kalunga-banda/” label=”Blog Posts” target=”_blank”][/social][/social_icons][/column_grid_4][column_grid_8]“In the early part of my career, I served as a lecturer in business ethics at the University of Zambia. One day my wife, Aggie, asked how I conducted my lectures. I responded, “There is only one way that university education is delivered. A lecturer prepares his or her materials which are delivered in one or two hour sessions.” Aggie, responded, “What do you think about conducting your sessions in a way that would invite students to participate in knowledge generation?” I responded, “I am responsible for providing this knowledge through lectures.” For months, Aggie ‘bothered’ me about trying out participatory learning techniques. After a year, I reconsidered. I asked Aggie to help me plan a participatory learning session and in the subsequent months the number of students attending my lectures grew from 50 to 120. The extra 70 were attracted by the invitation to co-create learning. Later, I realised that Aggie’s advice was a precursor to my work in organisation/ leadership development and innovation.”[/column_grid_8][/column_wrapper]

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Celine McKeown

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United Kingdom

FC_new people photos-Celine_McKeown[social_icons ][social name=”email” link=”mailto:info@futureconsiderations.com” label=”Email” target=”_blank”][/social][social name=”twitter” link=”http://www.twitter.com/celinemckeown” label=”Twitter” target=”_blank”][/social][social name=”linkedin” link=”http://www.linkedin.com/pub/celine-mckeown/1/a0/9b1″ label=”LinkedIn” target=”_blank”][/social][social name=”blogauthor” link=”http://futureconsiderations.com/author/celine-mckeown/” label=”Blog Posts” target=”_blank”][/social][/social_icons][/column_grid_4][column_grid_8]“I’ve always had a profound sense of needing to do meaningful work. Over the years, as life circumstances changed, I constantly considered what ‘meaningful work’ means for me. What previously gave me meaning, working on global, macro issues, now had to share the space with new, micro issues such as my family. My new life mix catalysed a profound change. I reconsideredsuccess. Not just as an idea, or a financial measurement, but as a practice using ‘Right Livelihood’. I define this as ‘meaningful, self-sustaining work on behalf of people and planet’. I believe that if we all defined success in this way, then we stand a chance of creating a sustainable future for our children’s children.”[/column_grid_8][/column_wrapper]

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Mark Young

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Brazil

FC_new people photos-Mark_Young[social_icons ][social name=”email” link=”mailto:info@futureconsiderations.com” label=”Email” target=”_blank”][/social][social name=”twitter” link=”http://www.twitter.com/MarkYoungFC” label=”Twitter” target=”_blank”][/social][social name=”linkedin” link=”http://uk.linkedin.com/pub/mark-young/1/8ba/94″ label=”LinkedIn” target=”_blank”][/social][social name=”blogauthor” link=”http://futureconsiderations.com/author/mark-young/” label=”Blog Posts” target=”_blank”][/social][/social_icons][/column_grid_4][column_grid_8]“I’ve always had a fascination with leadership and organisation. My first corporate job, was like a dream come true. I got to do some very interesting work in a rapidly-growing and transforming organisation. I also had parallel tracks to my life for instance involvement in community and educational organisations. Future Considerations – and the immediate demand for our work from a surprising range of blue-chip clients – has forced me to reconsider that these worlds need to be separate. I’ve come to firmly believe that there is massive business and societal benefit to bringing them all together.”[/column_grid_8][/column_wrapper]

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