Lead Future Leaders Series #5 Does your why to create future leaders exceed your why to stay the same?

Working with hundreds of leaders over the last decade has given me amazing insights into how leaders deal or not deal with change. A topic that comes up a lot lately is around why should leaders create future leaders? In my last blog, we looked at ways to ensure you maintain and grow your leadership mojo which will […]

Break Out Those Ruby Red Shoes

“At the moment of commitment, the entire universe conspires to assist you” – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Is every day easy? Do you feel no stress? Do you have the real drive for anything? If the answer is yes, yes, yes, you are in that bricked-up cycle known as the comfort zone a haven that surrounds you.  […]

Map and Design Motivated Performance

“PEOPLE ARE COLORS, BE A RAINBOW” Motivation is a simple and often underestimated topic, and it has fascinated me for over a decade. It is the fuel that lights people up. Many executives are unaware of what motivates them both at in intrinsic and extrinsic level. How many people do you know—this could be you—who […]

Move it, Groove it-Maximise focus and productivity!

When I was a child I vividly remember the toy room that my sister and I just adored. We shared a bedroom and our parents set up the other bedroom as an amazing toy room, somewhere we could play, let our imaginations run wild and create our own little world with friends. I can still […]

Give your team the destination, not the directions

As children we don’t like being told to do certain things. I believe, as we get older this annoys us even more, maybe it’s an anchor created from being told to do things as child by our teachers and parents? I know personally I love a deadline and a goal. I find wonder and excitement […]