“Leading and serving other people is brutally difficult work, and it requires a level of self-awareness that no one I’ve ever known has without the help of someone else.” – Brené Brown Every leader needs a mental health toolkit to support their teams and themselves to thrive in uncertainty. Below is a list of resources […]
Through her leadership research reported in her book Dare To Lead™, social researcher Dr Brené Brown identified ten behaviours and cultural issues that get in the way of becoming a daring leader and building courage cultures:
Looking for 2019? Click here. This humble tool is one of the most powerful tools I use in my business, and that I use with clients. Because unless you can see your time laid out in front of you, you can’t make realistic plans, set achievable goals or get everyone aligned about what needs to be […]
Looking for 2018? Click here. This humble tool is one of the most powerful tools I use in my business, and that I use with clients. Because unless you can see your time laid out in front of you, you can’t make realistic plans, set achievable goals or get everyone aligned about what needs to be […]
In this year’s Days of Possible Diary, I created a provocation in the opening pages that prompted kin to ponder when they have chosen courage in their lives. As we’re nearly halfway through the year, I’m revisiting the provocations. Remembering times in my life when I have been courageous before (even in the tiniest of […]
Download your free 2018 Monthly Planning Calendar and follow these steps to planning out your most productive year yet.
There is never enough time. It is one of our most precious commodities. With kids, full-time work, running your own business, school runs, exercise, social life… oh, and add in some time for our precious partners. I know I often feel stretched in all areas of my life, and make that silent request in my head ‘more time please’. […]
As creative entrepreneurs, and many of us solo small business owners, our inner critic often gets a bigger say than we’d like. It’s a noisy little poppet, that needs to be recognised and quietened, often. To help with this we’ve invited Dr Jacqueline Baulch, a clinical psychologist and the director of Inner Melbourne Clinical Psychology (and one of […]