Welcome to the Leadership Pack (April 2019) Damian Piper, our Performance coach and consultant, starts this edition with Beyond SMART. Following on from last months theme of feedback, Damian thought he would focus this month’s article on some thoughts about working with an individual who is taking forward an objective on your behalf. Good timing Damian,… Read More ›
I have finally cooled down from my Sunday 7 mile run around my home town of Colchester. This week I am tapering down for a Park Run (5KM) this coming Saturday. My objective is to gain another personal best time (PB) as a 60 year old, and to see if I can (again) come first… Read More ›
have been involved in leadership (professionally) for 40 years and I have been married for 32 years and I really, really try to avoid stuff going wrong.
I want to be the very best I can be, not just for the odd race but in all aspects of my life and with a social conscious too, which means helping someone else up at the same time
Resolutions? Let’s face it, more often than not we don’t keep them. So let’s change the word to ‘Commitments’.
A 10 times goal is so much bigger than you would normally set for yourself. So set a target then multiply it 10 times. Make it awesome because that is what you are.
Do you suffer from nerves? If so, I am hoping my post will help you in the work place (if you are a runner then this will be a bonus too) and before your next event.
Life is short and as my wife, Joyce, often reminds me, you are a long time at work, so it is important that you are happy doing what you do. So before it is too late for you to do the work you were always meant to do, here is what to do (if you are not already doing it).
Resolutions? Let’s face it, more often than not we don’t keep them. So let’s change the word to ‘Commitments’. Make 2016 your best with a year’s worth of commitments for a lifetime of positive results.
I am guessing if you are reading this Blog, that you are like me and we have a similar passion for leadership. We want to be the best leaders we can be and we want to make a difference to the people we support. The trouble is we are often our own biggest critics.