Monthly Archives: June 2013

4 Little Known Habits To Get Focused

A topical subject when it comes to leadership development. Lack of focus – meant I didn’t get any newsletters out following the very successful one earlier this year on Dialogue for, literally months. ‘Newsletters’ went on the bottom of the ‘to do’ list; not urgent; not enough time…… didn’t know where to start etc…… Sound familiar?… Read more »

Leadership Development And Marshall Goldsmith

Marshall Goldsmith is one of my favourite writers on leadership. Straightfoward, practical and no BS. If you don’t have time to read the full article now, make a note of his delegation questions and use them with your team members in your next 1-1. His questions are:- Are there cases where you believe that I… Read more »

What Does Authentic Leadership Mean To You?


Someone I met at a networking event recently (Networking? Now there’s an activity where we often see inauthenticity in action!!) asked me: ‘what do I need to do to be a great leader’? He’d bought all the books, could spout the latest theories, had attended a few conferences with various ‘leadership gurus’ but still he… Read more »