A colleague said some rather lovely words … “Sometimes you have something inside you … and if you pour it out at the wrong time, it can be damaging. So choose your moment, think how you’re going to communicate, consider other people’s personalities and how they might receive what you have to say.” Lovely, and… Read More Making sense . . .
I witnessed a colleague present to a group of peers on their experience of doing a 360 feedback. They presented honestly, warts and all. It was emotional and courageous. It was also a brilliant example of someone making 360 feedback meaningful. For them, their report most definitely wasn’t something that was ever going to be… Read More Full circle . .
Everyone, at some time or another, sits down to a banquet of consequencesRobert Louis Stevenson
Mrs Brown clutched at her husband. “Why, Henry,” she exclaimed. “I believe you were right after all. It is a bear!”Michael Bond (A Bear Called Paddington) Today, do you have an opportunity to say you’ve been wrong?
A lot of people withdraw from society, as an experiment…So I thought I would withdraw and see how enlightening it would be. But I found out that it’s not enlightening. I think that what you’re supposed to do is stay in the midst of life.Agnes Martin
The smallest act of kindness is worth more than the grandest intention.Oscar Wilde
Be silly, be honest, be kindRalph Waldo Emerson
… there is something you do need. You need to be ‘up to something’. That is, you need to have an ambition, dream or goal for your team, organisation, colleagues or yourself and it’s got to matter to you.Steve Radcliffe
Consistently, there’s one element of leadership programmes I’ve worked on over the years that’s always highlighted by delegates as a real success. Aside from them loving the content and the resources and the tools and models and concepts, they cite one major valuable opportunity as something they’ve appreciated most … the ability to connect with… Read More You’re the best thing . . .