In our world there’s no such word as "can’t"
What my cancer survival action plan has in common with Workplace Resilience and Wellbeing pillars
A few years ago, I was diagnosed with a life-threatening disease. I am not sharing this to garner sympathy but to share how it has recently struck me how the action plan I put in place then is completely in line with the Workplace Resilience and Wellbeing pillars I share with clients today. What pillars am I talking about? The
This article on mature, whole leadership never ages for me (Head, Heart and Guts).
Modern leadership requires knowledge and conviction (using our heads), compassion and humanness (using our hearts), courage and instinct (using our guts).
The assumptions virtual working can bring
Interestingly as we no longer have the quick chats in the corridor at the coffee machine etc people default to a virtual meeting to chat. Phone calls, texts, instant messages seem to have reduced in the workplace but increased out of work; so why do we forget about all the various media we have at our disposal?
Our Personal Development is as if we were a newborn
Recently I have had the wonderful privilege of becoming an aunty. Watching my nephew develop in his first few months of life has been amazing; especially as his sight and hearing develop and he becomes more aware each day of his surroundings and of the people around him.
Acceptance – it’s impact in the workplace
Acceptance gives us the ability to be calmer, to be more curious as to what a situation is actually bringing us. To be more open minded and adaptable and to have the ability to have a ‘thought through’ action not an immediate reaction. Which in turn makes us much more effective, more impactful and leaves us feeling much more fulfilled.