Our perception affects our attribution errors like a camera lens.

Attribution errors, leadership and how they affect our perception

27th September 2017

3 ways we can overcome Attribution Errors that can affect Leadership.

The Battle of Waterloo

Waterloo: 5 Leadership lessons from Napoleon & The Duke

20th September 2017

Leadership observations from the Battle of Waterloo and two of the world’s greatest military leaders.

Coaching & Skills Development - Pause and think before you start

Future leaders will need to lead differently, by learning differently

13th September 2017

Leaders of the future need to create space to think and learn. They need to pause.

The Trust Equation

7th September 2017

Read the news and the word ‘trust’ is in every other broadcast and news site, but have you ever really given thought to what it means? The term ‘trust’ is used for a few different reasons: We use it to describe someone’s behaviour (i.e. they are ‘trustworthy,’ or are a ‘trusted source.’) We use it […]

Usain Bolt: Get to the top with the right coach

Achieve the Pinnacle of Your Success – The right coach will help you

16th August 2017

A strong relationship with the right coach will help you achieve the pinnacle of your success

Taking positive steps forward to the future

What do great leaders do? Take positive steps forward

9th August 2017

4 simple things to focus on when you get back to work after summer

Prioritising time with those you love

Is it time to take back control of your life?

2nd August 2017

Take back control of your life with these 5 tips and 3 minutes.

Do employers need to invest more in soft skills training?

13th July 2017

In an article in The Economist last year, an American editor argues that “elders” are often responsible for millennials not reaching their full potential. The individual claimed that in the age of smart phones, better education, health and a more liberal society, “much of their talent is being squandered.” The opinion piece continued by stressing […]