Welcome to the Leadership Pack (April 2018). During Friday’s board meeting a colleague referenced the excellent resilience training we had received from Damian Piper (Effective Challenge), which prompted me over the weekend to look again at Damian’s website both for inspiration and ‘resources’ to share. I have included Damian’s post ‘Dunkirk – the stories we’re told’ and… Read More ›
Welcome to the March edition of the leadership pack.
Lying awake looking at the ceiling in our flat (in West Berlin in the late 1980s) I can hear Bob in the flat above ours ‘stamping’ around. Bob is a big bloke with big feet and we like him because he is the General’s driver and when you hear him running around in the early… Read More ›
One Saturday morning we were walking towards the town centre in Bury St Edmunds and my wife, Joyce, turns to me and says “one day Steve you should write a book titled: Steve’s little book of foolishness”, prompted by my latest foolish escapade.
At the start of each year (since 1988), instead of making resolutions (who keeps those?), I make commitments. The very word means that you are going to commit to a course of action (there is no going back!).
Welcome to the November edition of the leadership pack.
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.
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.
Welcome to the September edition of the Leadership Pack, which I hope you will find interesting.
Welcome to this month’s edition of the Leadership Pack. I am delivering a two day Project Management workshop in October which prompted me to write about how I use Project Management to manage my life. I used running as the subject for my project but the process, tools and techniques I use could be for… Read More ›