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Getting back to the “Why”

I recently attended a Leadership conference, bringing together the minds of academics and practitioners to listen and discuss the research and development of leadership. We covered topics about how the brain works, the three hearts of leadership, Axiology and putting learning into practice, Poetry in leadership, Pacifica leadership and more.  The value of immersing myself… Read more


The Challenges of Introverts

The Challenges of Introverts, through the eyes of an Extrovert As an extrovert who has grown up in a family of extroverts, working mostly with extroverts for the first 15 years of my career and living in a country that is typically more extroverted, I grew up assuming everyone was like me, with extroverted behaviours. … Read more


The Middle Aged Tween Crisis

Being a working mother for nearly a decade and working with other working mothers I have come to understand the trials and tribulations we all seem to have in common. It struck me during a recent coaching session that one of the repeating Aha moments many professional mothers I have worked with have, is the… Read more


Is Attitude the Key?

One of my favourite sayings is by Henry Ford – “Whether you think you can or think you can’t, you are right either way”.  I refer to this quote whenever asked for an inspiring thought. Why? Because it is so very true and I believe it encompasses one vital element in respect to how we… Read more


He Who Waits, Misses Out

I heard a great saying the other day, “he who waits, misses out”.  If we constantly wait for the right time to try something new, to make a change, or adopt a different approach, things will happen without us or in some cases, won’t happen without us.  Time waits for no one after all. As… Read more


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