In this post, we looked at the key role that our language can play in our leadership and we explored a couple of models that perhaps say something about the role of language and help us understand the language that we use a bit more. However, in all likelihood if we understand this then we …
The language we use has a huge effect on how we lead. The post explores why, and present some useful models
You may know about what stress is, and even agree that it’s a bad thing. But how can you go about reducing it or addressing it. This post should help you start to move towards a less stressful future.
Stress is bad. It could change your life by shortening it. But what even is stress? How can we say it’s bad? What does it say about resilience and why does it have to be like this?
What rubbish people say at work. I mean, there are just so many crazy phrases that don’t actually mean anything, add anything and most “normal” people would agree are pointless. Enjoy this poetic exploration of work phrases.
Complexification is a problem. Left unchecked it can fill your diary and overtake your life, giving you no space and leading to you becoming demotivated. It’s not easy to fix, but this post will look at the causes and give you some practical tips to make things simpler.
Failure can be damaging and unhelpful, draining and depressing but actually we should view it as a key component of adventure and progress.
Catherine Hoke sees the potential in the worst of society where others and themselves can see only guilt and shame. Transformation happens here… Do we need to see potential that others have missed?
These three pillars of satisfaction keep coming back to me as themes in coaching. Where they come from I can’t remember, but they are valuable in thinking about what is holding people back.
Learn how keeping a balance between challenge and skills in your work can keep you focused.