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Transition Traps

Research over the years has consistently shown that over 60% of all new supervisors and managers fail to make an effective transition from being an individual contributor to their new leadership roles. Why is this so? Remarkably, because the large majority of first-time supervisors are thrown into the deep end of the pool, with little […]

Inspired Leadership News

This year we are introducing greater value to the Inspired Leadership Community through showcasing events, articles & points of view from our rapidly growing partner and alliance network. In order to create more value to you and your organization, we will be bringing you insights, options and events that will help you lead your organization […]

Are you fatigued or depleted?

As we at last face the last few weeks of this extremely strange year it is important that you refuel with purpose and understand a bit more about what you might be feeling and thinking. Many of us feel that we shouldn’t be as tired as we are because we have been working from home, […]

December News

Choose Courage This year has been somewhat surprising (she says… mastering the understatement!). What we can agree about though is that despite working from home & getting 2 hours back in our diaries daily… we have worked harder this year than ever before! What happened? Between home-schooling, ZOOMing & fighting down anxiety-attacks, some of us […]

Leadership means choosing courage over comfort

In 2017 I was faced with a choice: Comfort or Courage. I had the choice to leave my safe and comfortable corporate life or fight to stay in a company that had other plans. I was asked the following question by my mentor, friend, uber-coach and ex-manager Lorraine Farah: What is the most courageous thing […]

6 Questions your leadership suppliers are hoping you don’t ask.

One of the top challenges facing you right now is how to be responsive to the here and now AND look far enough down the line to make informed strategic decisions & recommendations. An area that you can’t afford to ignore, is building a leadership pipeline for tomorrow and equipping today’s managers to be successful. […]

Re-abilitating the Work Environment after Change

Are you trying to get your team more effective and focused? Are you wanting to get the “mojo back” with your team at work despite all the changes? It is likely that the last few months have been a bit of a blur for you with the amount of change that, as individuals and companies, […]

November News

Hug a small business today Everyone should make friends with an entrepreneur. Building a business is both terrifying and exhilarating. No experience can prepare you & the ride is like a roller-coaster with high highs and low lows. The resilience it takes to keep on going is unlike anything I have experienced before. The resilience […]

Critical Skill for today’s leaders.

According to Wikipedia, “collaboration is the process of two or more people or organizations working together to complete a task or achieve a goal. Collaboration is similar to cooperation. Most collaboration requires leadership, although the form of leadership can be social within a decentralized and egalitarian group.” We are focused on this critical skill so that we can share […]

How stress affects decision making

Feeling stressed changes how people weigh risks and rewards during the decision-making process. When under stress people focus more on the possible positive outcomes. Strangely. when under stress, the natural tendency is to pay greater attention to positive information, while discounting negative information, according to research published in Current Directions in Psychological Science. This means when […]

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