14 Results how to prepare

  • David Slone

    Forget the plan but remember the planning

    “The plan only lasts until the first contact with the enemy” is a common statement, obviously originating within the military. Boxing has a ...

    1 year ago · 1 min. reading time · 1 comment · 0 relevants

  • David Slone

    Leadership is an interesting concept

    So much is being written these days about what a true leader is and isn’t. How they operate and how they interact with their teams and colle ...

    3 years ago · 2 min. reading time · 11 comments · 1 relevant

  • David Slone

    A Journey Begun...

    There was a time when doing good was left to those who ran charities, but in recent years we see a growing number of businesses taking on so ...

    3 years ago · 2 min. reading time · 0 comments · 0 relevants

  • David Slone

    So where are you from? - a NZ perspective

    I have just read an interesting article on Huffington Post about the experiences of an American of Asian descent. People keep asking him whe ...

    4 years ago · 1 min. reading time · 2 comments · 0 relevants

  • David Slone

    So where are you from - a NZ perspective

    I have just read an interesting article on Huffington Post about the experiences of an American of Asian descent. People keep asking him whe ...

    4 years ago · 1 min. reading time · 0 comments · 0 relevants

  • David Slone

    Own your mistakes

    We all know the theoretical strategies for when mistakes happen and for most, they’re easy to implement for the little things. · The latest ...

    1 year ago · 1 min. reading time · 0 comments · 0 relevants

  • David Slone

    Touch Point

    Those that know me, or have even met me briefly, will be aware that self-promotion is simply ‘not my thing’. It really is one of my many wea ...

    1 year ago · 1 min. reading time · 0 comments · 0 relevants

  • David Slone

    Are we doing this wrong?

    More and more we're asking ourselves, how can we support the new generation of social entrepreneur. · The Gen Y's (and an increasing numbe ...

    3 years ago · 1 min. reading time · 0 comments · 0 relevants

  • David Slone

    Pondering Upon Purpose

    I found myself musing business ‘purpose’ this morning. Being awake at 3:oo am leads to some interesting (or is that confusing) thinking. · T ...

    1 year ago · 1 min. reading time · 1 comment · 0 relevants

  • David Slone

    Growing a new wave

    How we can grow and develop our social sector. · A Paper from · The Optimistic Cynic · End Fragmentation · We need genuine collaboration to ...

    4 years ago · 3 min. reading time · 1 comment · 0 relevants

  • David Slone

    A bit of cynicism is fine but don’t dismiss the awesome reality

    Someone commented on LinkedIn that purpose at work is just a con – a way that profit hunger managers and owners can get their staff more eng ...

    2 months ago · 1 min. reading time · 1 comment · 6 relevants

  • David Slone

    Let’s stamp our feet!

    Like many of you, I have been reading a lot of people's thoughts and 'advice' about the world post lock-down/pandemic. · Often they are tak ...

    1 year ago · 1 min. reading time · 2 comments · 0 relevants

  • David Slone

    Cambridge Taking on the World

    This is an article I wrote for the Cambridge Chamber of Commerce (New Zealand). I want to share it because the core theme applies to so many ...

    4 years ago · 2 min. reading time · 0 comments · 0 relevants

  • David Slone

    When the system punishes

    I haven’t blogged about disability for some time. That doesn’t mean I’ve reached a point of being satisfied, quite the opposite. I can’t cha ...

    11 months ago · 3 min. reading time · 0 comments · 0 relevants

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