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Boring Meetings Are A Sign Your Team Is Paralysed

Make your team comfortable with productive conflict to get the best results in the shortest time

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Posted on Tue, September 07, 2021 in General Leadership Organisational Development Personal Development

Where’s The Instruction Manual?

How does this work? How do I work? Because I’m not sure I know who I am anymore!

That’s seemingly a daft statement because obviously I do know who I actually am. What I really mean is, in this new world where things are opening up, the ‘rules’ are murky, Covid cases are increasing and yet we are being given greater and greater freedom, I am feeling confused, agitated, at times anxious and I am not entirely certain I know how to behave. Is it OK to hug our family and friends? Is it OK to pass the salt at the dinner table? Do I pick up all our glasses from the waiter’s tray or let others take their own drink? Did I remember to sanitise my hands before I touched the steering wheel after I’ve been shopping?

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Posted on Wed, June 30, 2021 in General Organisational Development Personal Development

What if we Dared Instead of Dreamed?

We have chosen each other

and the edge of each others’ battles

the war is the same

if we lose

someday women’s blood will congeal

upon a dead planet

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Posted on Thu, May 06, 2021 in Leadership Organisational Development Personal Development

There’s No Place for That!

“Bullies don’t like to be bullied … “, someone said to me recently. If they’re not challenged or held to account though, they will continue to overpower the little people was my response (feeling like one of the little people in respect of this particular conversation). So, I began to ask myself, how is it possible to stand up, to challenge and simply to call out poor (at best) and horrendous (at worst) behaviours?

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Posted on Thu, April 22, 2021 in General Leadership Organisational Development

The Consequences of crisis

There are terrible things that continue to ravage our Earth in addition to, and because of, the Covid situation. 

Poverty is increasing, economies are crumbling, coups are taking place, militias are acting, weird weather is squalling, horrific and inciteful words are being thrown, famine is striking, conflict is growing … we really do live in a mad, mad World. And like in the song lyrics – there are days when I’d like to ‘hide my head, I wanna drown my sorrow, no tomorrow, no tomorrow’ because I would dearly love the madness to stop.

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Posted on Thu, February 11, 2021 in Leadership Organisational Development Personal Development

How do we Build Resilience?

Or, is it innate?

I’ve always thought I was pretty resilient, capable of working long hours with little sleep. Juggling multiple projects, constant travel, relearning how to use my iPhone after an update smile, facing major setbacks in my life and still carrying on with a smile and with energy.

I feel ashamed when I think of my judgment of others, in the past, who haven’t seemed resilient ... who have said they are too tired to engage, too weak to continue, too defeated to fight ... I always thought you simply needed mental resilience to overcome physical depletion.

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Posted on Wed, November 04, 2020 in Coaching Leadership Organisational Development Personal Development

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