Manage less to lead more

Manage less to lead more

Home » Leadership Manage less to lead more When I was growing up, in the days when cars were simpler and fathers did their own repairs, I would often find my Dad in our garage at the weekend – bonnet up, lamp in place, fiddling with the engine. Recently, I...
Not guilty

Not guilty

Home » Career Not guilty I had quite a bit of feedback on my last post Permission to Pace. This was partly because people identified with feeling fatigued and demotivated, but also because giving themselves permission to take the foot off the pedal is hard. Comments...
Permission to pace

Permission to pace

Home » Career Permission to pace I took the opportunity of Christmas being “cancelled” to plough on with getting my book ready for the deadline with my editor. After a final push, I despatched the manuscript the Saturday before last. And then I fell off a...
Go out of your mind

Go out of your mind

Home » Career Go out of your mind How are you? This time of year can be challenging at the best of times as you get back into the swing of things after the Christmas break and hunker down given the short winter days. This year, many of us are also dealing once again...
Decide to choose

Decide to choose

Home » Career Decide to choose The other day, I watched a talk by Peter Baines, a former forensic specialist and founder of charity Hands Across the Water, a charity set up to help children in Thailand who lost their families and homes as a result of the tsunami in...