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“It’s all above board legally…..” Mossack Fonseca highlights the difference between what’s legal and what has integrity.

                                                           You would hope that the law actually underpins personal and organisational integrity but recent events have demonstrated that this is not necessarily the case. By not considering integrity along with…See More
Apr 12, 2016
Joe Watkins posted a blog post

“It’s all above board legally…..” Mossack Fonseca highlights the difference between what’s legal and what has integrity.

                                                           You would hope that the law actually underpins personal and organisational integrity but recent events have demonstrated that this is not necessarily the case. By not considering integrity along with…See More
Apr 12, 2016
Benjamin Hume Walker liked Joe Watkins's blog post What does accountability actually mean?
Mar 5, 2016
A blog post by Joe Watkins was featured

What does accountability actually mean?

People being more accountable, in my experience, is one of the top 3 outcomes that executives want from their leaders and any leadership development programme. But do they know what they are actually asking for?What accountability actually means to most organisations is meeting targets or budgets or cutting staff when the…See More
Feb 26, 2016
Joe Watkins posted a blog post

What does accountability actually mean?

People being more accountable, in my experience, is one of the top 3 outcomes that executives want from their leaders and any leadership development programme. But do they know what they are actually asking for?What accountability actually means to most organisations is meeting targets or budgets or cutting staff when the…See More
Feb 25, 2016
A blog post by Joe Watkins was featured

Why your greatest strength can also be your greatest weakness

It’s always the same – when you discuss your strengths, you feel validated, and when you discuss your weaknesses, you feel invalidated. We think strengths are good, and weaknesses are bad. There have been books and articles written on focusing on strengths and downplaying weaknesses, for example,…See More
Feb 4, 2016
Joe Watkins posted a blog post

Why your greatest strength can also be your greatest weakness

It’s always the same – when you discuss your strengths, you feel validated, and when you discuss your weaknesses, you feel invalidated. We think strengths are good, and weaknesses are bad. There have been books and articles written on focusing on strengths and downplaying weaknesses, for example,…See More
Feb 4, 2016
A blog post by Joe Watkins was featured

Why your success comes down to honouring commitments

I am defining commitments as a pledge (includes agreements and promises) you make to yourself and/or others about your state of ‘being’, how you will behave, what course of action you will take and what outcomes you will produce.The degree to which you stay true to your commitments and restrict actions that are inconsistent…See More
Jan 19, 2016
Joe Watkins posted a blog post

Why your success comes down to honouring commitments

I am defining commitments as a pledge (includes agreements and promises) you make to yourself and/or others about your state of ‘being’, how you will behave, what course of action you will take and what outcomes you will produce.The degree to which you stay true to your commitments and restrict actions that are inconsistent…See More
Jan 18, 2016
Tammy Tansley liked Joe Watkins's blog post Your greatest critic can become your greatest champion
Nov 23, 2015
Tammy Tansley commented on Joe Watkins's blog post The language of accountable management
"This is a great post. Language is so important and tells you so much about intent (or lack thereof!!)"
Nov 23, 2015
Joe Watkins posted a blog post

The language of accountable management

“Language is the road map of a culture. It tells you where its people come from and where they are going.” Rita Mae BrownDoctors, lawyers and engineers have distinctions created in language that allow them to reliably produce outcomes. Distinction provides power because it has you see the world differently, so you see…See More
Nov 19, 2015
A blog post by Joe Watkins was featured

Your greatest critic can become your greatest champion

Most people who complain or criticise are doing so because they have a committed point of view. If they were not committed, they wouldn’t say anything. People who repeatedly complain about the same issue do so because they don’t feel that they have been heard and what they have to say is important to them.I was delivering a…See More
Nov 13, 2015
Joe Watkins posted a blog post

Your greatest critic can become your greatest champion

Most people who complain or criticise are doing so because they have a committed point of view. If they were not committed, they wouldn’t say anything. People who repeatedly complain about the same issue do so because they don’t feel that they have been heard and what they have to say is important to them.I was delivering a…See More
Nov 13, 2015
A blog post by Joe Watkins was featured

Five things requisite to achieve a high ROI on coaching

Coaching is a big investment for the organisation and for the coachee. The costs go way beyond money which is the tip of the iceberg. So it makes sense that you take appropriate steps to ensure a high return for the organisation and the coachee. When the coaching produces the desired outcomes, the return to the organisation far…See More
Nov 2, 2015
Joe Watkins posted a blog post

Five things requisite to achieve a high ROI on coaching

Coaching is a big investment for the organisation and for the coachee. The costs go way beyond money which is the tip of the iceberg. So it makes sense that you take appropriate steps to ensure a high return for the organisation and the coachee. When the coaching produces the desired outcomes, the return to the organisation far…See More
Oct 30, 2015

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What would you like to share about yourself?
It's all about authenticity for me, working with organisations to create environments that are authentic and create a safe and credible space for people to participate fully. I've worked with individuals, teams and organisations to create this kind of culture.
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http://www.hewsons.com.au
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1-49
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Joe Watkins's Blog

“It’s all above board legally…..” Mossack Fonseca highlights the difference between what’s legal and what has integrity.

Posted on April 12, 2016 at 9:49 0 Comments

                                                           

You would hope that the law actually underpins personal and organisational integrity but recent events have…

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What does accountability actually mean?

Posted on February 25, 2016 at 16:00 0 Comments

People being more accountable, in my experience, is one of the top 3 outcomes that executives want from their leaders and any leadership development programme. But do they know what they are actually asking for?

What accountability actually means to most organisations is meeting targets…

Continue

Why your greatest strength can also be your greatest weakness

Posted on February 4, 2016 at 8:00 0 Comments

It’s always the same – when you discuss your strengths, you feel validated, and when you discuss your weaknesses, you feel invalidated. We think strengths are good, and weaknesses are bad. There have been books and articles written on focusing on strengths and downplaying weaknesses, for…

Continue

Why your success comes down to honouring commitments

Posted on January 18, 2016 at 15:00 0 Comments

I am defining commitments as a pledge (includes agreements and promises) you make to yourself and/or others about your state of ‘being’, how you will behave, what course of action you will take and what outcomes you will produce.

The degree to which you stay true…

Continue

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