More EQ Tips

More EQ Tips

In previous articles, I looked at how higher EQ often equates to higher salary. The articles went on to encourage us to observe ourselves, our behaviours and reactions, when under stress and triggered or annoyed. Once we have explored our own weaknesses, there is more...
Making a Difference

Making a Difference

Last Sunday, I played soccer as usual, but due to the mix of players available, I happened to play in 4 different positions over the course of the match. This was not a big deal, as I have played in all of those positions before, but each time I moved I had to reframe...
Influence For Good

Influence For Good

Earlier this month I had the joy of seeing Lousie Mahler present a keynote at the #RMIA24 Conference. She is an amazing communicator who works with executives to develop their speaking and presentation, focussing on body language to deliver gravitas. Richard Branson...
Risky Leadership

Risky Leadership

This week, I have been attending the RMIA’s Risk Conference 2024 #RMIA2024. Now you might think risk could be a bit dry and boring, but so far I’ve had some big belly laughs, some passionate conversations, and joined in a mass meditation! Very engaging! Turns out risk...
The Leadership Journey

The Leadership Journey

When I was in my late 20s, I went from working as an engineer in manufacturing into a middle management role where I had unionised workers reporting to me as well as staff. When I think back to that time, I really didn’t have much of a clue what I was doing! I was...
People Grow

People Grow

I read something interesting this week — it is in the rest after the workout that we grow. It was written in the context of work and creativity, though we could imagine the same applying to an athlete. It was suggesting that intense periods of focused work followed by...