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One of the greatest benefits of running a business in 2018 has to be the opportunity to utilise digital technology and using it to transform your companies operational processes.
Difrent & Vix partner in digital delivery for Public Health England
It could read like a shopping list. A well thought out list that you do before you hit the shop.
“But what do you actually do!” I remember hearing what looked like a four-year-old girl say to whom looked like her very smartly dressed dad.
I work as an Executive Coach and Change Agent across the public and private sector; taking individuals, teams and organisations from A to B, implementing change, reshaping behaviours, improving performance and cohesion, and challenging thinking.
As an early adopter of social media personally I found this blog easier to write than some others in this series!
Whoever said success is a lonely journey, didn’t know what they were talking about. No one succeeds alone!
Having always been an interim and having never been through a ‘proper’ onboarding process in any organisation I had surprisingly strong views about how we would approach this with our new graduate hires.
Well, yesterday I was. I spent my evening at the 10 Digital Ladies Awards where I am met some exceptional individuals who have contributed immensely to the digital world as we know it today.
It’s 8:15 am on Thursday 5th April and I’m on the 360 bus to Imperial College, London.
I’ve been planning a big get together in Marrakech with friends and family for years, knowing that was what I really fancied doing for my 40th.
Keeping nimble, agile and continuously innovating are often the thing of fantasies for many organisations.
At the recent #AgileP event, we discussed the need for a two-way learning journey — involving Digital AND Procurement.
As the mid-life crisis rages on; I have coloured my hair (very bright blue and now cerise) and had a tattoo done in the last four weeks. I have never in almost 40 years done either of these things before ✌️.
I think the days are numbered for people to say they aren’t touched in some way by Digital.
During a fantastic meet with a new contact last week, I was sharing ideas about how to make Digital a reality to people, let’s face it, Digital has to be the most overused term in history and it means something different to every one of us!
Little did I know when I woke up Monday morning that I would end up sitting in a discussion about cats and clocks, as part of an unconference on agile procurement!
Difrent ran their first Unconference yesterday bringing together an eclectic group of public and private sector bods to discuss the challenge of digital delivery using outcomes; an event dubbed #AgileP.
I was asked ‘Why does my approach to coaching work?’ I have overcome many personal and professional challenges; struggling from one job to another, unfulfilled, undervalued, unknowing how to find the right place to contribute and make a difference;
I grew up watching the classic films; Goodfellas, Casino, Scarface, Donnie Brasco, Carlito’s Way… The list is endless and all full of awe-inspiring characters (well to me anyway!); Henry Hill, Tommy Devito, Tony Montana, Joe Pistone, Carlito Brigante
Hi, I’m Alessandra Distefano and I am an Italian living in London. I’m here to tell you how I became a tireless human being.
Are you an entrepreneur in the UK? Consider yourself lucky! A few days ago I was talking with a friend who lives in Latin America, discussing the differences between being an entrepreneur in the UK vs.Venezuela, where I am originally from.
My introduction to a world I know nothing about and quite frankly didn’t know existed has been kinda awesome. My only dip into this kind of world would be a two-year AVCE in ICT some twelve years ago when the IT recruitment drive died a death and I p
After a couple of particularly intense back to back contracts transforming healthcare I knew I was going to take a month out to re-charge, sleep, be kind to myself and have a proper think about what it really was that I wanted to do work wise!