leadership development

Supporting employees' mental wellbeing is a critical business issue for organisations, but it's hard to know where to start
The fact remains that key decisions and unconscious biases greatly impact how far women can go in their career.
We know from leadership research that successful leaders stand out and achieve extraordinary results because they have higher self-awareness, better able to manage their thoughts and feelings in the midst of difficulty.
This week the bosses of some of the world's largest companies descend on New York to discuss the future of Planet Earth. The
It's International Women's Day and I'm reminded of the presence and personal impact I've been doing with women-only groups
The benefit of diverse teams is that it encourages innovation through different skills sets, and people working longer contribute to the success of the economy. Essentially over 50s are still the leaders of tomorrow.
Traditional eastern philosophies explain that in nature all matter consists of feminine (ying) and masculine (yang) energy
I am one of a small team of co-facilitators on a ground-breaking leadership initiative for women in higher education, called
The question is not whether we are leaders but what we are leading ourselves and others towards? Leadership is intimately bound up with narrative, and the work of developing leaders, if it is to be relevant, must concern itself with the wider context of the narratives we find ourselves in and those we are creating with every choice we make.
Employees do not quit jobs or companies - employees quit their managers. This is quite a provoking statement, which gives food for thought. Especially if you consider that up to 45 % of all managers do an insufficient job in the eyes of their team, as a recent survey conducted by the US consulting company Gallup reveals.