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Choosing the Appropriate Leadership Style

Leadership tools and models may come and go but there are a few ‘old faithfuls’ that hang around and still make sense when I share them with participants on our development programmes or in 1-1 coaching. One of these is the Situational Leadership Model originally created by Hersey and Blanchard.  Most of you will be… Read more


Switching from work to home

During the course of any day we all have a a range of roles. For me and for many of the professional women I work with, the roles we have are as a partner, a parent, a colleague, a friend, among many more.  The challenge being that with the many roles we have, comes the… Read more


What caring about grammar tells us

I enjoyed last week’s blog by our guest blogger because it gave me a chance to revisit a topic that I always find interesting when working with leaders: that of our unconscious bias. It’s not that I wasn’t interested in the topic of good grammar as a topic on its own, but as a child… Read more


Why good grammar matters

This is a guest blog from Donna McTavish who is our Editor and therefore a valuable associate of ours. This piece has recently been published in ‘Employment Today’ magazine and we thought that it might be of interest, touching as it does on recruitment and interviews. Summary A company refusing to hire people who use… Read more


Difficulty Saying ‘No’ ?

By their very nature, which tends towards being agreeable, co-operative, a team-player, courteous and conflict-avoiding, introverts can struggle with saying ‘no’ to other people, particularly those who are more dominant and assertive.  As a result they can often end up stressed through having too much work on, or feeling forced to attend events / functions/… Read more