How your values relate to your leadership style

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I intended to write this a few days ago, but I got distracted by the US Presidential Election. I was reflecting on why this is so, given that I live in the UK, have no influence on the outcome, nor does it have a (big) influence on me. So why does it matter? For me, … Read more

Self-Care for Leaders

I have been thinking about self-care for leaders this week because when I posted a question on my LinkedIn profile the other day about skills you need for leadership, my business mentor, Ann said this:  “The good ones are busy looking after everyone else but they’ve still got all the same concerns and issues in … Read more

5 skills you need to lead a team remotely

With the arrival of Covid, there have been a number of changes, not least that for many months a large proportion of the population worked from home. For some of us, this was normal. For others, totally alien. Whilst some folks thrive, others find it really difficult. It got me thinking of the skills you … Read more

Reflection: making space for growth

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As the kids have gone back to school it’s given me some much needed time alone to work on myself and my business. I’ve had two coaching sessions in the last week, both for me as the coachee. One with my own coach and another as part of a supervisory session. One of the things … Read more

5 opportunities for women in leadership

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As women, we face different challenges in the workplace to our male colleagues, particularly in positions of leadership. These range from being held to a higher standard than our male counterparts to having to contend with old-fashioned notions such as choosing between “a career or a child?”. Still, in 2020, women-owned firms are in a … Read more