Category Archives: Dealing with change

Change: The Joys and Challenges of Life

  I was heading home after a busy Friday. Seeing the traffic ahead, I decided to turn right into a street I very rarely use. And boy, was I glad I did! Barely had I gone down a few hundred … Continue reading

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7 Ways To Take Back Control Of Your Life

Are you in a job that you feel is long past its use by date? The fun, excitement and passion for what you did are long gone. Monday mornings are a dread with that sinking, ground hog day feeling as … Continue reading

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How to Navigate Life Transitions

“In the space between chaos and shape there was another chance.”  ― Jeanette Winterson Are you going through a time of change and upheaval? These changes can be sudden or a long time coming. Whether these changes are in our work … Continue reading

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Leaders in Transition

I am delighted to have Hilary Potts as my guest this month. Hilary Potts is a leadership strategist, and business coach specializing in organizational change and executive transition. A former C-suite executive with vast global experience, she helps senior leaders … Continue reading

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Pay Attention to those Weak Signals

Weak signals; powerful message. A lot of the times the answers we are seeking are right there. But we don’t have the eyes to see, nor the ears to hear. In fact, we override what our senses might be picking … Continue reading

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The Neuroscience of Failure

Resilience means having the ability to bounce back from many of life’s setbacks and traumas we must endure over the course of our lives. Indeed, many successful people including those with great inventions have done exactly this. Think of Thomas … Continue reading

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Leadership bumps – why these can be good for you!

Bumps, jolts, or experiencing the unexpected can actually be good for us although it may not feel like that at the time. Have you heard a bump or jolt lately? A bit of a shake up if you like? Perhaps … Continue reading

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How embracing ambiguity can lead to more creative solutions in leadership

As human beings we like having a sense of predictability and control.  And yet,  currently in business – volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity are all too prevalent. The good old “cookie cutter” solutions just don’t fit anymore as leaders are … Continue reading

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Dealing with endings

Endings are a natural, inevitable part of life. Whether these endings come about in our jobs and careers, love and family life or other aspects of our social, recreational and community life, there is an inevitable emotional reaction. Life as … Continue reading

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7 tips for when you have lost your mojo

Do you feel like you have lost your spark?  Perhaps things aren’t quite going your way.  Or you find yourself going through the motions but deep inside are feeling lost and directionless? Or perhaps you have gone through some significant … Continue reading

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