When I first started consulting for the Ken Blanchard Companies in 2007, I was very impressed with his leadership models, frameworks and programs. They were so simple, and so powerful at the same time. But what made a lifelong impact
What can we do to achieve this? Where would you start? What are your thoughts?
So, we all know about the benefits of an “engaged” or “impassioned” work force and we have enough information about what the formula for business success is, and which factors are necessary to create a workplace where people always bring
I remember meeting Li Cunxin on my birthday a few years ago on the Gold Coast. We chatted with him briefly backstage before his talk and were immediately captivated by the sheer “presence” this man has. When he walked on
As a business and life strategist / coach, I am often asked by my clients how to survive in a “man’s world” when it comes to business and leadership. As if being more “like a man” is what they need
In November last year, I read an article in the Guardian that really caught my attention. “The Bank of England has warned that up to 15m jobs in Britain are at risk of being lost to an age of robots
With the amount of change and subsequent uncertainty that we live in these days it’s not surprising to learn that 75% of adults experience moderate to high levels of stress. (source: Stress Facts, Global Organisation for Stress) How we respond
“A business is a reflection of it’s leader” Anthony Robbins When you spend a few days with leaders who have been “sent” on corporate leadership training, you really get a feel for a company’s culture and its leadership.
“Impossible is just a big word thrown around by small men who find it easier to live in the world they’ve been given than to explore the power they have to change it. Impossible is not a fact. It’s