The Covid-19 crisis continues to place extraordinary demands on senior leaders and managers. Demands that have never been seen before.
One of the key parts of the coaching is recognising the difference between managing and leading a team. Is a good manager automatically a good leader?
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.
When an email inviting me to deliver a session for the annual Student Leaders Conference at the University of Liverpool arrived in my inbox my automatic response was “yes”.
One of the most common issues brought to a coaching session is confidence. Clients are wanting to feel more confident in themselves and their abilities. So, here are some fabulous TED Talks with tips and tricks to boost your self-confidence.
Lots of words are great. Lots of words are less-great. Here are five words that you can stop using to start sounding more confident.
I have been interested over the last few years to witness in my coaching conversations with leaders that they are referring more and more frequently to the phrase VUCA. Originally coined by the US military to describe the turbulent and unpredictable environment in which they operate.
The only guarantee when we step up into a bigger role, grow a business or try something new is that not everything is going to go swimmingly. Failure is never comfortable but if we embrace it instead of pushing it away, it will have a much smaller hold on us and the lives we want to live.
Ready to take the next step in your career… but not sure what’s holding you back? Here are five self limiting behaviours keeping women from stepping up into a leadership role.