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The “Super-Doer” Working Mum

Recently in many of my conversations with ‘professional mums’,  a common theme was raised about being bogged down by the doing and not feeling in control. They felt there was just so much to do, that small tasks were falling through the cracks and they were paying the consequence of taking on too much at… Read more


Time and place

My mum used to say to me ‘There is a time and a place for everything’. This was her way of telling me I’d chosen the wrong time or place for whatever I’d just done. But she didn’t always tell me when the right time and place was (if any) so I was left guessing… Read more


Are you a corporate athlete?

At the beginning of this year I invited people to ask me questions about leadership. Today I’m answering Phill’s question: Question: “Hi Suzi, I have come from a (professional) sporting background and have now moved into a corporate occupation which involves a portion of coaching to help team members achieve their targets and goals. What… Read more


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