Coming towards the end of a money awareness workshop, with my colleague Michaela, at Market Field School in Colchester I am approached by a member of the school staff who, I later learned, had especially come over to see me as she had heard that I had been talking about my youngest daughter Bettina. Bettina… Read More ›
When interviewing candidates for Dosh I am always willing them to respond with the perfect answers which will help them achieve maximum points. Sitting across from a candidate during a recent series of interviews, I asked the question “what is your approach to decision making?” – on paper it looks straight forward as we probably… Read More ›
Being #BettinaReady means taking ownership of being prepared without making it someone else’s priority/task. It is also quite reassuring to be ready on time and equipped and ready to roll.
Welcome to the May edition of the leadership pack.
Bettina has always been true to herself – she doesn’t compromise on being authentic. Regular readers of my blog series ‘Being Bettina’s Dad’ will know that I have learned so much from how she acts and moves within her world.
In our family we each have a code of conduct, but we all work and support Bettina’s code of conduct.
Welcome to the Christmas edition of the Leadership Pack (December 2017).
If there is a theme to this month’s edition I think it is ‘Resilience’. I have been inspired this month by a recent Resilience workshop delivered by Damian Piper from Effective Challenge.
No matter what we face in life, we all have a choice on how we handle it.
As a leader you want to make a dent in the world, to make a difference in people’s lives and leave the place where you live and/or work a better place than when you found it. Someone who does this, and from whom I have learned, is Bettina.