Category Archives: Personal reflection

Leadership reflection: how it helps managers and leaders enhance their learning.

A common challenge that managers, leaders and business owners have is not having enough time to actively or proactively reflect.  Attending to the daily schedule of meetings and appointments,  managing the team, customers and board relationships along with unscheduled things … Continue reading

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Leadership Call: The time is Now

How many times have you really wanted to do something – take your leadership the next step up, follow your heart’s desire, committ to a new goal but have shied away?  Pulled back because you felt you weren’t ready, the time … Continue reading

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Leaders: Why gratitude matters

It was a birthday week last week.  And yes – I am happy to admit –despite the passing years; I stretch it out and lap it up like I was still in my teens!  A day is far too short … Continue reading

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Leadership proactivity in building resilience

Resilience is our capacity to face and bounce back from the many challenges life confronts us in unpredictable ways.  And thankfully, there are a number of proven strategies that work in dealing with our stressful and challenging situations including: having … Continue reading

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The Power of Rituals

With time I have come  to appreciate the power and value of rituals. This morning as I climbed the steps at the gym I appreciated the familiarity, comfort and regularity that this ritual provided. Becoming a life member at the … Continue reading

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What is the one thing if you did would make a real difference to you?

In coaching, it becomes evident that often it is NOT that the talented executives do not have the answer but more – they are not practicing ‘IT’ – whatever this happens to be for them. This gap between knowing and … Continue reading

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