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What to do with burnout

In my last blog post I talked about my personal experience with burnout, and how to identify it - in ourselves, and in...

My journey from burnout to wholeheartedness

In the not too distant past, I would wake up most mornings with rocks in my stomach. As I thought...

Courage – the most important of leadership virtues

Aristotle named courage the first virtue, because it makes all other virtues possible - and I agree. As important themes...

5 Things Leaders Should Never Do

When mastering a new skill, in addition to focussing on what to do, it can also be helpful to be...

Pushing through the red zone

"Life begins at the end of your comfort zone." - Neale Donald Walsch Stepping outside our comfort zones is crucial...

Why disagreement is a good thing

She's tough, stylish, and somewhat scary - but I like her strength, passion and fortitude. Anna Wintour is a fashion...

You can’t always get what you want…

But if you try sometimes, you might just find, you get what you need. A short time ago I discovered...

3 top interview questions when interviewing leaders and managers

It's a busy time of year for recruitment and if you are a manager, it is highly likely you will...

One step forward, two steps back….

A few days ago I was asked the following question: “How do we keep ourselves true to our reformed behaviour,...

Book Review: The Gifts of Imperfection by Brené Brown

Over Christmas I received a book from a dear friend of mine, called The Gifts of Imperfection by Brené Brown. [caption id="attachment_363"...

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