Category: Leadership and Management
What happens when good, hard-working employees are placed in the wrong roles at work?
This week, I was made aware of an ongoing phenomenon in my work with not-for-profit and corporate groups. Many organisations need more staff, leading ...Read more
What is your personal S.W.O.T?
Whether you are in leadership or not, self-awareness is a non-negotiable trait. Understanding who you are, your values, beliefs, and strengths is ...Read more
The 20-minute phenomenon
As a leadership consultant, I am privileged to speak and work with many people in multiple sectors locally, nationally, and internationally. One of ...Read more
Take it slow and see how you go!
With the new year upon us, so is the overwhelming rate of marketing messages about the importance of goal setting and registering for courses, ...Read more
Goal setting is far from a linear process
Setting goals often brings with it a very linear thought and implementation process. For many, workplace goal setting is a transactional, ‘tick ...Read more
Managing expectations: We reap the seeds we sow
Expectations are beliefs of what will happen in the future. These beliefs determine our perceptions that, in turn, impact the decisions we make and ...Read more
I choose courage every time
Courage is a multifaceted word, making its definition challenging. For some, courage is taking action to mitigate a change of being, doing, and ...Read more
Yesterday, I met an apprentice chef, 19 years of age, who shared his story about the workplace challenges he was experiencing. While I understand, I ...Read more
Turning up for work every day and doing the bare minimum has now acquired a term, “quiet quitting”. A 2023 Gallup study of the Australian and New ...Read more
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