Leadership of tomorrow…

Millennials. A generation which, according to Deliotte, will make up 75% of the global workforce by 2025. A generation which is frequently being labelled as having high expectations for rapid career development, is hungry for feedback and a workplace founded on fairness and equality but is often critised for being loyalty-lite.  I agree with Simon …

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Time to stop burning through the matches…

In a previous blog, I reflected on Time to Think and how important it is for organisations to create a Thinking Environment in which people can create, innovate and prosper. Therefore limiting workplace burnout, enhancing mental well-being and ultimately leading with a human centred approach, what at MA, we call ‘Human Focused Leadership’ (HFL). A …

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Awarding Talent at the B2B Marketing and Call Centre Exposition

Last week, I was honoured to be part of two panels of judges at the B2B Marketing Exposition hosted at the Excel and The Call Centre Exposition. It was great to meet some like-minded fellow judges – Nadia Howard from Merlin, Lara Martini from Microsoft, Sham Aziz from Selfridges, Bhupender Chauhan from Cognizant and Martin …

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The Importance of a Thinking Environment

Today’s brain-based economy puts a premium on cerebral skills, in which cognition is the ignition of productivity and innovation. High performance cultures often equate to high pressure environments and leadership teams across all industries are thus forced to manage the consequences of too much pressure, burn-out, anxiety etc. A study by the London School of Economics …

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The Value of Workplace Coaching at times of Uncertainty

Through my coaching work with MA, I spent the best part of February interacting with business leaders whose diaries were, as ever, jam packed with meetings to discuss various items. Change management initiatives tended to be a popular item on the agenda and discussions around planning for the future and how best to roll out …

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The Value of a Strong Coaching Culture in the Workplace

I kick started the year, through my work with MA, coaching individuals from various organisations across the UK and some abroad. The companies they work for all trade in very different sectors and range from large corporates to smaller organisations. They have very different business goals and their cultures vary greatly. Despite these differences, they …

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Leave nothing behind…

Its been an interesting week for me this week reflecting on performance. The question I am left asking myself is when is good, good enough? Should we be willing to settle for 7/8 when we could achieve 10? Instinctively I know that most of you reading this will say NO – if you can achieve …

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