In the Workplace

When leaders are rundown, exhausted and drained, it impacts their ability to think innovatively and creatively. Ultimately, this trickles down to other members of the team, affecting their work experience and stress levels. The impact that this can have on the business as a whole is huge.

Why Now Is The Time To Focus On Your Team’s Strengths

Why Now Is The Time To Focus On Your Team’s Strengths

I have been coaching teams for many years – always with a focus on strengths. “What does this team do well and how can you reap the rewards of a strengths-based approach to reach your goals?” is usually my starter for 10 question. When organisations and managers focus on maximising individuals’ strengths instead of focusing on developing their weaknesses, the result is a happier workplace with higher levels of engagement, motivation and performance. So if ever there was a time to help your people feel more engaged, valued and motivated, it’s now! 

What Type of Leader Are You?

What Type of Leader Are You?

When we think about leaders, it’s tempting to group them into two categories – good or bad. Maybe there was a former manager who made you feel like you weren’t good enough. But maybe there was also a former boss who valued your strengths and helped you to reach your personal goals. We talk about leaders and leadership every day in the business world.

WebinarThe Manager's Pit Stop: How to feel a little more motivated

Sign up for this interactive webinar where I’ll share 10 practical takeaways that you can start to use immediately to help you better manage yourself and the performance of your team.