Leadership Circles

Leadership Circles

Recently, I posted a story about my day in the city, to run a Leadership Circle. In an office. With real people. I was even drinking coffee in a cafe in the city amongst the hustle and bustle of trams and suits. How very old school. How very 2019. Following on from...
Leadership Reflections For Extraordinary Times

Leadership Reflections For Extraordinary Times

Over the last few days as Leaders come up for air from the series of crisis coming at them, I’ve been fortunate enough to keep doing what I love – which is coaching, strategising and helping unpack the emotional rollercoaster they themselves and their people are...
Good leadership is the first step…

Good leadership is the first step…

As I start to do more work with leaders and their development, I am realising the uncertainty, complexity and ‘trickery’ that leadership is on us all. In fact, I am quite sure that leadership has been coined by a bunch of consultants or book publishers who...
Why HR need to be multi-lingual

Why HR need to be multi-lingual

As I sat in slight discomfort in my dentists’ chair last month, I felt mildly judged for not doing all that I could be for my oral health. My dentist, who I’ve been seeing for a good 15 years – although apparently not often enough, is a kind and...
Understanding our Emotional Culture

Understanding our Emotional Culture

When we think about how we behave and what we observe in the workplace, its often that we associate bad behaviour, poor judgement or a lack of interest as having a bad day, too many distractions or perhaps an excessive workload. In some instances, we say it’s...
Finding human connection in employee development

Finding human connection in employee development

Regardless of what type of organisation you work for, you can hazard a guess there is a team of HR & People specialists working on high value people strategy, culture programs, employee engagement and the newest trend in the HR world – employee experience. Never...