By Steve Raw. Helping you on your leadership journey

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Leadership pack (June)

Welcome to this month’s leadership pack. In January 2016 I wrote a blog about what I thought were the makings of a good to great boss.  I chose two people I have previously worked for and my current boss. I believe one of their common traits is that they are all ‘mentally tough’.  What does… Read More ›

Leadership pack (May)

Welcome to the latest leadership pack. This edition includes an inspiring blog post from my colleague Meike and a series of my favourite Ted talks.

Inspiring our future leaders at CharityWorks

Leadership pack (April)

Welcome to the Leadership Pack April 2017. This edition is full of stories, articles, quotes, coaching and mentoring.

Cutting down the odds

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.

Leadership pack (March)

Welcome to the March edition of the Leadership Pack.

Guest blog: Plan and Prepare

Nick Wright is a leadership coach and organisation development consultant. He shares the importance of planning and preparing.

Getting competitive with a social conscience

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

Leadership pack (January)

Welcome to the January edition of the Leadership Pack.. Happy New Year, I hope 2017 is going to be your best year so far. This is a New Year edition so there are two blog posts from http://www.leadershipintheraw.org celebrating the New Year and hopefully getting you off to a good start with a plan.  Two of… Read More ›

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).

Be kind to yourself in 2017

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 – we are often too hard on ourselves and I am not sure that is always a good thing?

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