Great leaders take time to reflect on their actions, develop key learnings, and prioritise new actions or develop new behaviours. This can be difficult as it takes vulnerability to stand in your truth to assess yourself and your actions. The positive side affect of vulnerability is power.Read More
I know I don’t wake up in the morning and set out to make a number of wrong decisions that day. Do you? You see the thing about decisions is we only know they are wrong when we make them and the result did not turn out as expected. Many of us make the best decision we can with the information we have available. If the result is great – we label it a great decision. If the result is not great – we label it as a bad decision.
Conflict – a part of everyone’s life but a word many people love to hate, and situations many people avoid. Whenever we work with another person, or in a team, there is potential for conflict to arise.Read More
When it comes to leadership styles, there is no "one size fits all". Leaders who excel at management should be able to adapt to any and every situation at hand.
Adaptation is truly what makes a good leader great. Adaptation is also a key ingredient to pursuing the necessary balance of creativity and implementation that is required to push an innovation mindset.Read More
When I coach managers, we have a shared goal of helping them become coaching managers.
Coaching managers have a desire to move from a command and control culture to developing a culture that empowers, motivates and celebrates employees. They do this because they know if their team is successful, ultimately the business is successful.
How did you show up today? How did you show up for your partner? Children? Work colleagues? In a meeting? At the grocery store? At the dentist?
You choose how you’re going to show up in any situation throughout the day. Yes. You.