Stepping in to a role that you didn’t necessarily sign up for when you first joined your organisation can feel like stepping in to black
About half of my coaching clients end up focusing on career. When they come to me initially it may be about some other issue, such
The future of work means that many jobs either won’t exist or will use AI. To stand out in the future job market will require exceptional emotional intelligence. This post shows you how to improve yours.
In a recent leadership coaching session, a client asked, “how do I manage someone whose performance is great but whose attitude is, at best, questionable? And how the hell do I give them feedback on their attitude?”
“I feel like a fraud”, “I’m worried I’m not good enough”, “They’re going to find out about me!” These are statements that lots of my
It was William Shakespeare who said, “To thine own self be true…” Clearly the Bard knew a thing or two about authentic leadership. But if it