Transitioning to a Transformational Mindset

Take growth mindset to a new level! Boost your team and staff culture by focusing on adopting a transformational mindset. The post Transitioning to a […]

Middle managers – ‘the engine of the business’

If, like me, you’ve been in a position or role as a manager, a line manager, or a a ‘middle’ manager, then I’m sure you’ve […]

Why Small Courageous Acts Are Required to Lead

Courage is the most important leadership skill you can have. Without it, you can’t lead. Those who fail to develop a courageous muscle through actions big […]


How would you describe your plans to a colleague, friend, or family member? Would this be in the form of, like the image above, a […]

Why Reducing Burnout Is About Great Leadership

Nothing makes burnout worse than acting like it’s not happening. Unfortunately, many organizations are oblivious or don’t seem to care that their employees are struggling. […]

How Business and Management are Connected

To become a successful business owner, it’s important to understand the connection between business and management. Business management skills are essential for running a company, […]

Hybrid Managers vs Company Culture

This made for an interesting read this morning – Don’t Confuse ‘Being in the Office’ With ‘Culture’. Whilst the feature focused on the hybrid workers […]


A short leadership/management post here to share this tweet from Liz Ryan: It is faster, cheaper, easier, healthier, more fun and more profitable to lead […]


It’s simple but so very effective. Manners. Saying a please or thank you, demonstrating an awareness of others in our day-to-day interactions, or displaying consistent […]

How the Best Organizations Develop Their Leaders

When an organization struggles, it’s easy to point at outside factors like market conditions, strategy, or the division’s performance. However, more often than not, a […]

Imposter Syndrome

Imposter syndrome is the “belief that you’re an inadequate and incompetent failure despite evidence that indicates you’re skilled and quite successful.” (The Muse) Nearly everyone […]

'Tis Conference Season -  Take a SMART Approach

Select Intentionally, Make A Plan, Actively Participate, Revitalize Your Network, and Tell Your Stories According to Merriam-Webster, a conference is “a meeting of two or […]

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