Name your uncomfortable feelings – and magic may follow

My interview for the TVNZ Sunday programme with Jehan Casinader is one of those experiences I’ll look back on and say, “Yeah. That was a good move.” It’s been brilliant for book sales, business, and providing a platform for me to bang on about Beyond Burnout. But what you don’t know is that I almost…

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The End Of The Beginning: Leadership into Level 2 and beyond

Here’s a date to save for this coming Wednesday afternoon, when you’ve had enough of boring Zoom meetings. This one happens to be on Zoom too – but knowing it’s with Harold and Russell, it certainly won’t be boring that’s for sure! Plus you’ll see my face there too – hopefully that’s a plus. This…

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Why The Best Leaders Make Love Their Top Priority

This week I interview Matt Tenney onlove and leadership. In his inspiring TED talk, author and social entrepreneur Matt Tenney cites compelling case studies and research to help you see why making love a higher priority than profit is not only a more noble and fulfilling way to lead, it’s actually the surprising secret of the best leaders.

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3 Simple Steps Leaders Can Take To Improve Their Thinking Skills

When one of the people I respect the most in the leadership world accepts my invitation to do a guest post in The Leader’s Digest, it makes me pretty chuffed.  So this is me, pretty chuffed indeed, introducing this week’s guest author, Tanveer Naseer! Tanveer Naseer is an internationally-acclaimed keynote speaker, award-winning leadership writer, author,…

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Five Small Steps to Become a Better Leader

Time’s 100 Most Influential People of 2019 list is out. It’s a powerful snapshot of our times and makes for fascinating reading. The list includes a specific category for leaders – and with people from Jane Goodall to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to Pope Francis highlighted, it’s great to see increasing diversity in this list of leaders.…

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