img img img img

Category: decision making

How to be (or become) a Courageous Leader

How to be (or become) a Courageous Leader You may often hear people refer to someone as “a natural born leader” or “she’s or he’s the only one with the guts to lead.” However, I believe that true and courageous leaders aren’t born, they are made and created through real-life experiences, learning curves and being […]

Great Trends for Organisations in 2022

Great Trends for Organisation in 2022 The turmoil that has occurred in the last 18 months has had a huge impact globally. Looking ahead great leadership and values aligned organisations are required to reimagine the future of work, understand the way we engage with people and to build exciting new businesses to navigate 2022 and […]

Leadership Lessons from Science

Leadership Lessons from Science Have you ever considered inspiring leaders from the past and how they can change the way you lead today? Albert Einstein had a profound impact on our understanding of the universe and his work is being used to move us into new frontiers today. Consider key points from Einstein’s leadership lesson in […]

Good to Great Leadership

Good to Great Leadership Have you seen any good leaders lately, how about great leaders? During the 2020/21 turmoil, there have been outstanding examples of great leadership, meeting situations we have never experienced before. It is important to recognise where we see great leadership and then, consider as a leader how YOU will build foundations […]

Leadership, Olympians and Gold Medals

Leadership, Olympians and Gold Medals How do you perform under pressure? Do you put yourself to the test very often? And, what are the outcomes? Is this a biased view of your own performance, or do you benchmark yourself against world class leadership standards? The Olympic Games are an incredible example of high performance on […]