Archive for the ‘blog’ Category
In our current culture our head is the important bit. The body is what brings it around from meeting to meeting, and if our body’s lucky, we’ll take it to the gym occasionally and look after it. That’s common sense in our culture, and when we think about leadership, the body may have something to […]
The ‘leaders: born or made’ (or nature or nurture) debate is one that comes up time and again (I cover it in the first chapter of my book, which is available for download here). For some people the evidence is so overwhelmingly clear that leaders are made that they think the debate is over, but […]
Invitation to my book launch 26th June, 6.30pm, RSA, London For the last two years I have been writing my book, and I would like to invite you to come along and celebrate with me, its launch into the world. It will be an opportunity to hear more about the book, and the work that […]
It’s been a long time since I have written a blog post – I have been writing a book, and somehow the process has left me with less to say in blog posts. I think that’s coming to an end though, and I expect to see more here soon. I decided to start back up […]
Roffey Park Institute has today launched a free A-Z guide to coaching entitled ‘Coaching – a guide to developing your passion and skills.’ As a co-author of the guide, I have a vested interest in promoting it, but in all seriousness click through and download it, and then let me know your thoughts.
I have to credit a friend in the US for sending this to me, and you can click through to his blog here. Inner Peace: If you can start the day without caffeine, If you can always be cheerful, ignoring aches & pains, If you can resist complaining and boring people with your troubles, If […]