Our Thinking

Collaboration comes in three different forms of behaviour

Four types of networks

Our relationships – and the networks they form – tend to develop and cluster around four important themes. Each network has different characteristics and is associated with different outcomes. Are your networks right to help you achieve your goals?


Networks that help you to achieve your short-term goals, to make your ideas happen and to generally ‘get things done’.


Connections to people that help you to imagine new outcomes, to adopt fresh approaches to difficult challenges and to grow your organisation.


Relationships that help you to develop personally, to build skills and to shape your career in the future.


Your reciprocal network. The people who you help and enable with your ideas, experiences and empathic support.