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Monthly Reflections Blog: Building the Capacity of Boards: reviews must be “candid but not sharp”.

Posted by Judith Nicol on .

We received some feedback at the end of a recent Board Review that our approach and report was “thorough and candid but not sharp”. This enabled the Board in question to engage with the emerging themes and move forward to become even more effective.


Monthly Reflections Blog: To belong or not to belong? The question for Board Directors

Posted by Judith Nicol on .

The notion of belonging is one of the four so called ordering principles that the eminent psychotherapist Bert Hellinger and others talk of. Our rational brains might get caught up in the notion of “what is belonging?“ but at any moment in any place, we instinctively know whether we belong or not. This equally applies to our work and non-work lives: it could be the organisation we work in or consult with, any social groupings or clubs we are part of, or the community or country where we live. It is a fundamental part of being a human being that we need to belong and we notice when we don’t belong.


Warren Partners join the Criticaleye HR Director Retreat. March 2014

Posted by Joëlle Warren on .

The notion of belonging is one of the four so called ordering principles that the eminent psychotherapist Bert Hellinger and others talk of. Our rational brains might get caught up in the notion of “what is belonging?“ but at any moment in any place, we instinctively know whether we belong or not. This equally applies to our work and non-work lives: it could be the organisation we work in or consult with, any social groupings or clubs we are part of, or the community or country where we live. It is a fundamental part of being a human being that we need to belong and we notice when we don’t belong.