As many of you know, I run a whole raft of programmes that help leaders and managers to Lead with Impact . And one of the things that saddens me is that leaders who describe themselves as introverts sometimes have a belief (or are told by others) that in order to have impact they have to be… Read more »
Monthly Archives: May 2015
Firstly, thanks to every one of you who have requested my Engagement and Leadership Route Map self-assessment toolkits and for your feedback on both these tools. Glad you’re finding them useful (if you haven’t asked for them yet, there’s still time. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for your free copies).
It is hard not to feel overwhelmed when you are leading a team or indeed an entire organisation. Time and time again people tell me that:
Last week I wrote about ‘energy vampires’ and how they can destroy our resilience. A few of you responded with other names for these people…. Freezers, drains….. great metaphors all! I’ve written before about energy so this week I thought I’d share my top three tips for developing more energy in team meetings.
Apparently, one of the biggest challenges to our resilience is our co-workers! If you’re surrounded by energy vampires, drama queens or whiners and whingers you are quite likely to be feeling short of resilience right now. (And probably not very engaged)