HomeArticles Posted by Kerryn Kohl

By Kerryn Kohl Critical Thinking is what will distinguish us from the bots. Our ability to use our higher order thinking skills, to critically reflect on our own experiences, beliefs and assumptions, to hold them suspended

By Kerryn Kohl The WEF has identified 10 skills that are critical for us to develop if we are to stay relevant and employable in the future. You will notice that the skills of the future

By Kerryn Kohl This statement rings true, not only for organisations but for each of us on an individual basis. We are all in the race for relevancy. Those of us who are able to change, learn,

by Kerryn Kohl Whenever I ask the question “are you getting enough?” (Feedback, that is) to the teams I work with their initial response is yes of course. Probe a little deeper and you’ll soon discover

By Kerryn Kohl How can we stop taking the ‘Dys,’ and move towards building functional teams. Through understanding Patrick Lencioni’s model of the 5 Dysfunctions of teams, it’s clear that trying to build a high performance team

By Kerryn Kohl Maybe, just maybe Vanilla Ice was onto something with his opening line in the hit song “Ice Ice Baby” released back in 1990. Yes I know the rest of the lyrics leave a

By Kerryn Kohl “One of the features of this Fourth Industrial Revolution is that it doesn’t change what we are doing, but it changes us” – Klause Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman, World Economic Forum The question

by Kerryn Kohl   We have plunged into the digital age. There are many of us who would have preferred to dip a toe in first; however, with the pace of technological advancement, change no longer happens gradually.

By Kerryn Kohl We are in a time of accelerating disruptive change.  In a VUCA world – one characterized by volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity – traditional leadership skills will not be enough.”   Bob Johansen  As I mentioned

By Kerryn Kohl “Will we need leaders in the future?” Apparently so! If my research is anything to go by. However what is glaringly clear is that although leadership roles are safe, the current way in which we