Tag: leadership lessons
Welcome to the March edition of the Leadership Pack.
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
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?
Resolutions? Let’s face it, more often than not we don’t keep them. So let’s change the word to ‘Commitments’.
When it comes to leadership we all have tried and tested tools that we use to solve problems. I would like to share with you one tool that I have used as a leader and also in my everyday communication with others.
At 33yrs old I had not reached my potential with my running and I was determined to do so, hell I was going to go further than my potential. I was only going to do this by training with people who were better than me. As a leader, coach, mentor and a trainer, I feel that supporting people to reach their potential is a key aspect of leadership.
Welcome to the May leadership pack. I have again included a couple of my blogs posts from http://www.leadershipintheraw.org and both are from my series; ‘Being Bettina’s Dad’. Bettina is a major source of inspiration (as is my other daughter Jennifer).
Leadership stuff I have learned over the last 40 years is that you can make a big difference just by doing something that doesn’t take much to do. It can have a big impact on those you work with and those you support. The aim of this blog is to help you on your leadership… Read More ›
I have had the pleasure, and privilege, of delivering project management training to 2014/15 Charityworks cohort as part of their management programme. They are graduate trainees now, but I know they will be our future senior managers, directors and leaders in social care in the future. The time I have spent with them has helped… Read More ›
Did you get to fulfill your childhood dream? I did! How lucky am I? And you know what? I am still incredibly grateful for the experience, 18 years after retiring from the Army. I joined a Junior Leaders Battalion in 1972 ‘passing out’ into the regular Army in 1974, and then retiring in 1996. I… Read More ›