A game of workplace bingo will surface the oft used trope “authentic leadership.” It’s a phrase bandied around in leadership circles and in HR teams. We mouth the words and espouse the need for our key employees to lead authentically. But be honest. Don’t we all struggle to really know how to do this? HappilyContinue reading “Authentic leadership lessons from the world of jazz”
“We need our women to be a bit more confident” “I’ve been told all I need is a bit more confidence” “I wish I could be more confident in myself” How many times have you heard phrases like the above? How many times has someone given you this kind of feedback? Maybe it was inContinue reading “Courage over confidence”
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Is Leadership Development just “mansplaining” by another name – “leader-splaining”?
Maybe you’ve been on furlough leave for several weeks; on the bench as some companies call it. You could be one of many on furlough in your organisation, perhaps the whole team is, but it’s a challenge not to let that little mouse of doubt gnaw away, whether based on fact or not. It is easy toContinue reading “If this is the world…what sort of mark do I want to leave on it?”