By Steve Raw. Helping you on your leadership journey

Tag: children

Being Bettina’s Dad: Being a Dad

This post is about on being a Dad to Bettina and how it has helped me with my leadership skills and hopefully to become a better leader (and a better person).

Being Bettina’s Dad: Finding your inner child and not forgetting to lose it

My life is not all about work (despite what some people might think) it is also about Castles, Magic, Dragons, Fantastic Beasts, slapstick comedy, love, romance, Pirates and Sinbad and happy endings. It’s also about surprises, fun and laughter.

Be aware: Diabetes Awareness Month

Guest blog by Sarah Bolger. If my contribution to Diabetes Awareness Month is to get just one person to read this post and remember even some of it then I am happy with my little self.

Being Bettina’s Dad – What Bettina taught me when supporting a person

A question I am often asked since leaving the Army to support people with learning disabilities has been, “I suppose getting involved in this work has helped you support your daughter, Bettina with her care?” I remember being asked this question by a fellow Area Manager when we met up for lunch some years ago. I found myself saying, “Actually it is the other way around.”

Being Bettina’s Mum & Dad: Discovery & Endurance

For Steve and me, it has been good to revisit some of the earlier days with Bettina, especially as time goes by so quickly you tend to forget some of the achievements and some of the forks in the road you have to take.

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