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Leader as Advocate: Speaking Up for Your People

There are many different approaches to leadership, each with their own merits and pitfalls, but these often split down largely into two categories – leaders who focus on the task at hand, looking at processes and practices, and leaders who focus on the efficiency and effectiveness of their team through wellbeing and collaboration.

Asking For Help: A Leadership Strength

Let’s face it: being a leader in a fast-paced, complex organisation can feel overwhelming at the best of times. The constant pressure to perform, the endless to-do lists, and the expectation to have all the answers can make anyone feel like they’re on the brink.

Boundaries and Burnout: Setting Limits to Thrive

If there is one challenge we hear time and again from the women we work with it is that women, whether in the corporate world or elsewhere, often find themselves struggling to maintain a healthy balance between work and personal life.

Speak up! Finding Your Assertive Voice

In the bustling landscape of professional environments, the ability to speak up assertively is a vital skill for women aiming to make their mark. Yet for many, finding their voice amidst the cacophony of opinions, navigating put-downs about being outspoken or bossy, and overcoming the challenge of being drowned out by louder voices can be daunting.

What People Pleasing costs you

As women leaders, our reputation is invaluable and often hard won. Yet, the pursuits of pleasing others can lead to a distortion of how we’re perceived.

The Pitfalls of People-Pleasing: Navigating Others’ Expectations

In the intricate dance of social interaction, women often find themselves walking a tightrope between fulfilling societal expectations and staying true to themselves. From the boardroom to the living room, the pressure to “people please” can be overwhelming, uncomfortable and exhausting.

Unleash Your Potential Women leaders having a meeting

Unleash Your Potential and Drive Your Success

This quote from Carol Stone is a powerful reminder that each of us already possesses the untapped potential to not just manage life and work but to create our own personal version of true success. But how do we unlock that potential and drive that success?