Tag Archives: Leadership

Thriving at work: part 1

“Mom always tells me to celebrate everyone’s uniqueness. I like the way that sounds” – Hilary Duff The excellent ‘Thriving at work’ Stevenson / Farmer review of mental health and employers, commissioned by the prime minister, made the headlines when … Continue reading

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Wimbledon without rain

“Everyone needs a coach. It doesn’t matter whether you are a basketball player, a tennis player, a gymnast or a bridge player”  Bill Gates Get Mental Health Training Can you imagine a Wimbledon without strawberries & cream, the tournament without … Continue reading

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Coming alive

“Don’t ask yourself what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive. Because what the world needs are people who have come alive”   Harold Whitman Get Mental Health Training In many ways this goes to the heart of … Continue reading

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By their fruits

“The real test of a leader lies not in the personality or behaviour of the leader, but in the performance of the groups they lead. By their fruits we will know them”    Rosemary Stewart Get Mental Health Training  

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Inside / Outside?

The answers aren’t out there, they’re in there Continue reading

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Glue v/s solvent

Coaching; some clients need glue while others need solvent…. Thinking about that issue that keeps getting in your way (you know, the one that seems stubbornly elusive & hard to pin down). If you were one day brave enough to consciously … Continue reading

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Reaching out, inviting in

“The world is disgracefully managed, one hardly knows to whom to complain” – Ronald Firbank This blog is about the increasing political interest in corporate governance through offices such as the Financial Reporting Council, author of Corporate Culture and the … Continue reading

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