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Go Creatively Big or Go Home, but whatever You Do, Stop Meeting Expectations!







Always love visiting spaces where creative ideas are born and brought to life. Today we said hello to the new HQ! 🐺




“Leaders must be close enough to relate to others, but far enough ahead to motivate them.” - John Maxwell Invest in building leaders who connect, then lead with creative mindsets. Get in touch with us: ✉️ hello@tcla.co.za




's / Quote of the Week comes from the British comedian John Cleese. He emphasises that our creativity and consciousness expand when we are in "open mode" (= Stop 3 of , our program).




's / Quote of the Week comes from the British comedian John Cleese. He emphasises that our creativity and consciousness expand when we are in "open mode" (= Stop 3 of , our program).













's Quote of the Week comes from George Bernard Shaw. At Stop 7 of , our , you learn powerful strategies to further & cultivate your , too.




's Quote of the Week comes from George Bernard Shaw. At Stop 7 of , our , you learn powerful strategies to further & cultivate your , too.







“What does innovation mean to you?” This was the opening question by Enrico Cattaneo to a committed group of Saudi leaders coming from Jeddah for Wyde Leadership Programme.
















"Thinking outside of the natural patterns paves the way for a new concept on how innovation can be approached". Read more about this in our blog from thought leader -




's Quote of the Week comes from Leonardo da Vinci. "Move, change and flex yourself" (like he recommends) is the mindset at Stop 8 of , Thinkergy's program.




's Quote of the Week comes from Leonardo da Vinci. "Move, change and flex yourself" (like he recommends) is the mindset at Stop 8 of , Thinkergy's program.



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Here’s an interesting read on the history of flatter organization models:

”Just as the top-down, rigid and stuffy Encyclopaedia Britannica was displaced by the bottom-up, flat and flexible Wikipedia, traditionally organized companies are being displaced by the ‘wikified’ firms of the knowledge-based, networked economy with flat structures, peer assessment, self-organizing teams, employee ownership, worker democracy and the mobilization of the spontaneous forces of the market inside hierarchies.”

This essay also points out that while we’ve come a long way in creating transparency within organizations, the need for focused management is still the driving force for happy and productive work environments.

Full essay: No boss? No thanks @aeonmag

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Give Ideas a Chance

I’m pleased to share that my TEDxSVS talk is finally live! 

“When we embrace our natural creativity, we’ll get closer to feeling fully human. And when we bask in the glory of our humanness, we’ll feel fulfilled, we’ll feel hopeful. We might even gain some clarity about why we’ve been given a moment of time on Earth. Perhaps it’s to make a difference with our creative gifts. That’s why we need to give ideas a chance.”

Five Things About Berlin You Want To Know...

1. There’s no other city in Europe that parties harder than Berlin. – Clubs are not required to close at a fixed time on the weekends, and many parties last well into the morning, or all weekend

2. One of the greenest city in Europe. 60% of its area is either a park or a river.–It has even more bridges than Venice.

3. SonntagFrühtück, or Sunday Brunch, is an all day event!

4. Berlin is home to more than 153+ museums (not to mention independent galleries), 50+ theatres,3 major opera houses! And 7 symphonies! That means you can go to one museum, enjoy a play, a musical or a performing arts almost every week in a year and still has plenty more to do!

5. Twelve restaurants in Berlin have been included into the Michelin guide, which ranks the city at the top for the number of its restaurants having this distinction in Germany.

Berlin ist arm, aber sexy… ^_^