One of the essential skills for any leader is knowing how to cultivate a curious mind in conversation with others. Maintaining a state of curiosity about what the other person is saying, means exploring the meaning of the words and phrases that the other person is using. Why is curiosity a valuable skill to practice?
Have you ever wondered how it is we get into conflict? Maybe you’re curious if everyone experiences conflict in the same way? Is there is a pattern to how conflict arises – and better yet – is there a pattern or a roadmap to resolving conflict? Maybe you’re experiencing conflict right now and seeking a
After watching the Olympics and the Paralympics, I’m reminded that there’s still another Olympics ongoing amongst the community. The busy Olympics. A competition where no medals are awarded and the competitors leave less accomplished than when they entered.
Have you ever felt ‘stuck’ and unable to move forward? Perhaps you had people in your life telling you – just feel the fear and do it anyway, or on the other side of fear is where you realise your dreams. These quotes might be valuable advice and inspirational for those who really are caught
“That we are free to think or not to think, and to live responsibly or irresponsibly, reflects the essence of what it means to be human. This freedom is our burden, our challenge, our glory… We create ourselves through what we are willing to take responsibility for.” What does it take in order to assume ownership
One of the topics that clients regularly bring to their coaching sessions is the client being let down by others and their lack of responsibility. “John said he would do X, but he didn’t, and now I have to do it.” And as much as you might want John to do X, and try as we might, neither you or I can make John do anything.