Too many individuals and organisations settle for mediocrity by staying within their comfort zones. Collusive cultures and behaviour tend to opt for the comfort in favour of challenge and sometimes uncomfortable reality checks.
Collusion can sometimes be necessary. Mediocrity can be vital, part of the human condition of striving and our beautiful lack of perfection.
For three decades I have been exploring emotionally wise and compassionate ways for individuals and organisations to be open, truthful and how they can move skilfully into the realm of discomfort where change and innovation are possible and even vital.