Welcome to the Leadership Pack, April 2016. Included:

As a leader you don’t always have to be the one doing the inspiring. Be inspired by those around you – I do.  Two of those people who inspire me are guest bloggers on my www.leadershipintheraw.org one is a colleague and another is a former colleague. I recommend you take the time to read their excellent posts.  They are Meike Beckford’s ‘Supporting people to make decisions – What I learnt from buying a car’ and Phyllis Maynard’s ‘A different approach to problem solving’ – spending time with both is always an education for me.

During one of my recent tutorial’s for ILM’s Project Management Qualification, one of the candidates told me how they will, more than likely, leave it to the last minute to complete their ‘assignment’ which prompted me to include this ‘Ted Talk’. Let’s face it we are all guilty of a being a procrastinator?

I have just completed a webinar for Charityworks Management Trainees this month on Project Management.  I realised afterwards that I had missed out something important for all projects; a ‘Critical Path Analysis’.  I have remedied this by finding a piece that I think really sets out what this means and which I intend to share with their Graduate Scheme and, of course, with you too.

Read the Leadership Pack (April) now. 

This month’s quotes have been taken from my wife’s @JoyceRaw1 twitter feed – thanks Joyce.  I am also on Twitter:  @DoshLtd sharing leadership thoughts at 7am, 7 days a week.  I welcome new followers!

Keep making a difference in people’s lives and have a successful month.

Steve Raw FinstLM, FCMI, GCGI steve.raw@dosh.org

It’s not about how good you are,

Its how Good

You want to be