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Tim London
Founding Partner (Dwyer + London Consulting: ). Head of Org. Innovation (GSB @ Uni of Cape Town). Opinions are, obviously, my own.
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Tim London 9h
Replying to @gchelwa
"We'll get a group of our senior faculty to look at that."
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Tim London 9h
You're ahead of the game! If you're interested, I'd be happy to have you and on my podcast to talk about this initiative and the bigger picture issues. I just did one with some of the leaders of : or
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Tim London Jun 3
My pleasure! You may also want to chat with and Sarah Dusek from Enygma Ventures () who are doing super cool stuff focused on women and the SADC region. I'd love to point you to the great podcast I did with them, but epic tech fail.....
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Tim London Jun 3
Replying to @Rob_Vember
So sorry to hear this, Rob. My best wishes to you, your family, and all those whose lives were bettered by knowing your father.
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Tim London Jun 3
I feel like this deserves a call to , for sure!
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Tim London Jun 3
NEW ARTICLE: Returning to work: Businesses after lockdown are like athletes after a serious injury As lockdowns ease, can't pretend their will just bounce back. Video about this on my YouTube channel () on Friday!
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Tim London Jun 2
Replying to @Justalam
"Ring the bells that still can ring Forget your perfect offering There is a crack in everything That's how the light gets in."
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Tim London Jun 2
Usually if someone shouts "law & order", it should be heard as "punish & comply". "Justice" requires thoughtful engagement (w/ self, w/ others, w/ information); "domination" only requires rage & willingness to inflict it upon others. True is NOT the exercise of
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Tim London Jun 2
No speech will solve a problem, especially not one as deep rooted, widespread, & toxic as racism. But you give a speech as part of a dialogue. To say you may not be able to empathize, but you sympathize. That you're trying to understand. That you're going to listen. That you care
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Tim London Jun 1
People in positions who have no leadership ability almost always resort to aggressively exerting institutional . It's not productive, it's just the only tool of those who know they're truly impotent, but think rage will fool people into thinking it's strength.
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Tim London May 31
Replying to @MorganJerkins
The problem is, of course, that virtually any day of the year protests against oppression occur, there would be a plethora of examples from the same date in previous years. And yet there are people who pretend to be confused by the rage/fear/desperation our fellow humans feel.
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Tim London May 31
Replying to @JJ_Stellies
I would make an essential addition: if new information/data/analysis emerges, good leaders must communicate that and adapt to the new reality. I take your point that they can't try to make everyone happy all the time, but they do have the responsibility to change if the facts do.
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Tim London May 31
Currently 17 cars of people in the parking lot on the in . When people wonder why the incidence of is so high, maybe one factor is people like this who can't even wait ONE DAY until Stage 3 doing other similar things the last few weeks?
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Tim London May 30
Which killing of an unarmed, helpless POC will be the last? Will lead to change in how we educate our people, develop our leaders, & design our organizations/institutions? I am incredibly, devastatingly dismayed. Racism has set my home state, literally and figuratively, on fire.
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Tim London May 30
Replying to @drwilliamkl
You're spot on. This is one of the things I teach; I just put up a short video on it the other day:
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Tim London May 28
NEW VIDEO: Vision Statements that Matter Done well, statements clearly articulate what your is all about and brings together. This episode is about what makes a good one and why they're important.
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Tim London May 27
Replying to @FastCompany
And if you want to hear more about that incredibly important issue, I made this, which is distilled from courses I teach on the subject:
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Tim London May 25
Forgot to post my last piece for on balancing in-house / with bringing in external expertise/. It'll be interesting to see how change their mix as they rebuild their .
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Tim London May 24
And, not to go all on you, despite the concerns of many students, I would wager.
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Tim London May 22
Latest edition of is up! This episode is about , focused on what might look like in the in come 2021. Spotify: SoundCloud:
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