By Steve Raw. Helping you on your leadership journey

Tag: learning disability

Being Bettina’s Dad and Thelma’s Son: Being Stoic

From Grandmother to Granddaughter Thelma Kelly sits patiently waiting for Holy Communion to begin at her Parish Church in Stockton on Tees. Suddenly her thoughts are interrupted as two church wardens walk assertively past her, towards the Vicar. They whisper a message in his ear and the Vicar nods. He turns towards his congregation to… Read More ›

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Dosh Winter Newsletter

Happy new year! To get 2020 off to a great start, please find attached your copy of the Dosh Winter Newsletter 2019-20. This edition includes: The Dosh Team Dosh News Safer Winter Driving Tips from Motability Funeral Costs December Dosh days strategy and purpose ideas Benefits updates BID form changes New Referral Form Information and… Read More ›

Being Bettina’s Dad: leading a life less ordinary

“Say it’s true, black and blue, I can share your situation Been holding our emotions back, will only make us cry If you go, I know, but you know, it ain’t so serious anyway When the clouds arise we’ll live on Ocean Drive” I look in my rear view mirror as I am driving and… Read More ›

Being Bettina’s Dad: Find people who make you better

(And six fun things I get from being Bettina’s Dad) I think I can safely say we are not an especially religious family, however, we do often say that our youngest daughter Bettina is a ‘gift from god’ (we also say that she is our ‘crown jewels’). This morning, Bettina is in our sitting room… Read More ›

Being Bettina’s Dad: Bettina’s perseverance in the face of adversity

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 ›

Being Bettina’s Mum: Are you #BettinaReady?

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. 

Being Bettina’s Dad: Bettina’s Code of Conduct

In our family we each have a code of conduct, but we all work and support Bettina’s code of conduct. 

Joyce - being Bettina's mum

Being Bettina’s Mum: Why not me, why not you?

No matter what we face in life, we all have a choice on how we handle it. 

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Dosh Summer Newsletter

The Dosh summer newsletter is packed full of useful information about managing money.

Leadership

Leadership pack (August)

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 ›

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