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Embracing Risk

Mark Twain once famously said, “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did. So, throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbor, catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” These words, spoken

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Crafting Your Legacy: Making a Positive Impact

Events of the past few days caused me to reflect on my own mortality As leaders, you are steering your teams towards success, innovation, and growth. In the middle of the daily grind of decision-making, strategizing, and motivating them, a pivotal moment arrives—a quiet realisation that whispers questions of legacy

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Leadership

My Journey as an Introverted Leader

Have you ever been in a team meeting where you want to say something but other louder voices stop you? Or its the third time you have tried to get your point across and find yourself interrupted again, spoken over or ignored? If this resonates with you then welcome to

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Leadership

Harnessing Passionate Debate for Innovative Solutions

Sitting in a meeting with my colleagues going at it hammer and tongs I wondered where things would end up. Surprisingly that particular meeting produced some very creative solutions to a thorny issue. It showed me that with the right environment passionate debate opens the door to innovative solutions. It

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Communication Skills

Disagreeing Without Disconnecting

Living or working in proximity with others means that at some point disagreement is inevitable. Whether it’s with colleagues, family, or friends, differences in opinion are a natural part of our interactions. However, it’s not the disagreement itself that challenges the strength of our connections, but how we handle it.

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Leadership

The Unseen Strengths of Introverted Leadership

In a corporate world often dominated by the archetype of the extroverted leader—charismatic, outspoken, and dynamic—it’s easy to overlook the quiet power of introverted leadership. Yet, leaders with an introverted disposition bring invaluable strengths to the table: deep reflection, attentive listening, and thoughtful communication. These traits enable introverted leaders to

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Leadership

Change Your View: Leadership and the Art of Perspective

As we approach a General Election here in the UK, I am reminded that navigating the complexities of leadership often requires more than just a clear vision; it demands a comprehensive understanding of how different perspectives can profoundly influence decision-making. I’ve had to adapt to wearing glasses and contact lenses

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Leadership

Leadership: Leading with Courage

In today’s political climate, leadership often seems to be more about retaining power and managing public opinion than making bold decisions for the welfare of the people. The essence of courageous leadership is notably absent in many quarters, where the focus leans heavily towards maintaining status and holding onto the

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Leadership

The Art of Listening: A Leader’s Most Undervalued Skill

For you as leaders, in a world where speed of response has become a dangerous metric, where poor decisions negatively alter the course of companies and the lives of those who work for them, the power of listening often becomes the casualty. Yet, as a leadership development coach, I’ve observed

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