During lockdown, I worked with a senior client who had navigated their organisation through some high stakes and high-profile potential risks; on the outside, they presented a positive picture yet inside, they felt discombobulated and were questioning whether or not
When asked “what has been the biggest positive change in your company culture in the last 15 months?” “Flexibility”, “empathy”, “more caring of each other”, “seeing people as people”, “mental health checks”, “having each other’s’ backs” and “togetherness” were some
Work life feels messy. Yes, we can see the light at the end of the tunnel and are starting to cme back together in person, but what does the future hold for how we work together? In conversation with the
I love a coaching brief looking at how to help someone “develop their strategic thinking”, because in my twenties this was the feedback I was given too. At the time it felt like a doom-laden comment: no one could explain
How are you going to grow this year? What will move you out of your comfort zone? When we step out of our comfort zone we develop. Organisations try to encourage us to think about this with personal development plans.