Tag Archives: self-management

Coaching in the New World

Marshall Goldsmith is considered Thinkers50’s ‘World’s Most Influential Leadership Thinker’ (2015 and 2011) along with being an award-winning coach and best-selling author. He is the author or editor of 35 books, which have sold over two million copies, been translated … Continue reading

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Dealing with Covid-19 and beyond

I wrote this blog in the early days of the lockdown. However, given the sense of overwhelm in adjusting to our dramatically changed reality, adding another blog just did not feel right. But when several people mentioned that they hadn’t … Continue reading

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How to Get the Best from Your Introverted Team Members

Introverted feeling types have a wealth of warmth and enthusiasm, but they may not show it until they know someone well. They wear their warm side inside, like a fur-lined coat.” – Isabel Briggs Myers In our world, the externals including … Continue reading

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How to Manage Your Stress in the Workplace and Home

“The oak fought the wind and was broken, the willow bent when it must and survived.”  – Robert Jordan Tension, stress and relationship challenges are all part and parcel of our crazy, busy lives – work and home. Can you … Continue reading

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Leadership: Manage Your Emotions

“Self-knowledge is something everyone can grasp. When you understand your emotions, you will have the capacity to understand other peoples emotions too.” Swami Suddhananda   The gift of emotions The spectre of emotions we experience is a true gift. Imagine … Continue reading

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