Changing leader isn’t enough to fix a systemic problem. We need to change the pattern not the person.
Today my big-little-girl starts school. It’s bittersweet, like so much change. There is excitement, and there is loss.
I don’t care how many coaching tools you know, I want to know if you’ve fallen apart and put yourself back together.
Your rage is here for a reason. Welcome it, and use it well.
Being a Corporate Maverick can be a lonely role. Here’s 5 tips for how to stay with change when your organisation is resisting it.
The need for connection is a first world problem. And it is as pressing and as real as problems faced in the developing world.
2020 has not be an easy year. But maybe that dark tunnel was more full of light than we realised at the time.
Sometimes, you come to the end of a chapter of your working life. To find your way through to something new, follow these four steps.
Perhaps we are changing as a nation? Perhaps this pandemic is initiating us into a new worldview? Perhaps we are learning to tolerate uncertainty, to accept fluidity and change as we navigate the unknown?
It’s tempting to think about what you will ‘hold on to’ when you return from a transformational experience. But it’s not habits you need to bring back. It’s something more essential. A single word, to guide you deeper into your life.
As we contemplate the gradual easing of lockdown, what can our hesitation teach us? What gifts will we bring with us from this time in retreat?
It takes a village to raise a child, they say, and now there is no village. There are two adults, and a TV. How can I meet my needs and my children’s, as a mom of two on lockdown?
It is scary to say no, stand still & not plant anything in your life. Especially when you’re an entrepreneur. But it’s also necessary, to find a deeper YES.
Circular Time comes at the heart of change. It’s awkward, but transformative. It takes us deeper, informing our actions with soul and courage.
The world as we know it is on pause. Will we turn into that pause? Or will we scrabble to stay busy, and miss the chance for deeper creativity and change.
A quarter of the world’s population are in coronavirus lockdown. How will we change, as we rediscover the deep silence of life?
I move mindfully through my life. I do less, but enjoy it more. Time is as spacious as I allow it to be, and winding rivers reach their destination too.
We are birthing a new world, together. We mothers know how to do this. Can we give ourselves to a hard and painful labour? Trust the moment, say yes.
Panic buying and coronavirus hoarding. What are we learning about our relationship with trust, and with what we value most deeply?
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