As you career grows, so do you. Sometimes your career path charges forward, other times it feels like it stumbles and stalls. That’s OK, your career, like life is a journey. On that journey, there are times when a little extra help will be of benefit. If you’ve already chatted to your peers and your… Continue reading The difference between manager, coach & mentor.
I believe that my people are capable of ANYTHING. No, really, I genuinely see no limitations to their potential. It took me years to feel so confident in the team I work with, and I feel proud to be in this head space. When you believe in your people; you trust them, and their decisions;… Continue reading Are you challenging you people enough – or too much?
We’ve recently been through a really busy period at work – it’s a time when it’s all hands to the pump to get the job done; requiring lots of planning, flexibility, team commitment and thinking on your feet. It’s very easy after such a busy period to sit back and sigh with relief. But whilst… Continue reading How to make a workshop really work
Many of us will be in the process of carrying out quarterly reviews, checking budgets and revenue progress and making sure we are on track for delivering our 2017 goals and objectives. At this point in the year, it’s also a great time to check back on your bigger plans, strategy and vision and make… Continue reading 6 tips to get your strategy back on track
One of the most important aspects of work culture that any line manager or leader needs to nurture is a strong sense of team spirit. Open and honest communication, a collective set of goals, a great work environment and the right mix of skills and personality will help you create the ultimate team. So once… Continue reading Team spirit – what to look out for to know you’ve got it
We all have good days and we all have bad days. Some people are naturally calm, others fly into a rage, whilst others bottle up their frustration. Despite being amazing at what we do, we are all human, and there are times when our emotions get the better of us. Like most of us, I’m… Continue reading 5 tips on handling tense work situations
Over the past 3 months, my husband and I have been living like students – cramped conditions, minimal furniture, washing up in the bathroom sink, microwave meals for dinner. And bizarrely enough, this has been through choice. You might be wondering why in the world we’ve been enduring this rather “retro” lifestyle (or for those… Continue reading 4 lessons to stay focused on the end goal