Our Why (Authentic Leadership Tip number 1: Understand the Why)

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I’ve been thinking about ‘my why’ lots this week.  I’ve been working on some great concepts with another coach, and I’m excited about what we are creating together.  I’ll be

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Simple Is.. Creating synergy in complexity and uncertainty

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When I was young, there was a series of cartoons which were titled “Love is…..”  They always focused on the simple things in life, and I loved them. I was

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Six types of Courage (As a Leader)

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Earlier in the year, I wrote about courage. Courage and Motivation A large part of the blog was around motivation and how living your purpose can provide fodder for more

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Keep it Simple (Three tips for mindfully shedding complexity)

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Today’s world can feel super complex at times. Technology and the proliferation of information mean it is no longer only about what you know or even whom you know.  It

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Taming the monkey mind (The benefits of self-coaching)

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  The monkey mind is a term used often by meditation and yoga experts to describe how our brains work on an everyday basis.  We have about 65,000 thoughts a

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CIO NZ Article on diversity

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An article I wrote for CIO Magazine recently: CIO Article  

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Mindful Leadership – (personal growth and self-awareness)

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When I look back to the times in my life when I reached out for an external coach, it was because I had doubts.  I wasn’t sure what to do

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Kind is Strong (KIS for Real Leaders)

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I was reflecting on my ‘story’ this morning as I thought about what I was going to say in an upcoming speaking engagement. We all have a life story that

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Tell me what you want, what you really, really want? (Five ways to get there!)

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This week I’ve taken some downtime to review where I’m at and whether I have what I want.  When I compare myself to myself (always healthier than comparing to others),

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Óne way to ‘Keep on keeping on’ (slow down to achieve your ‘Why’)

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When I was young my Dad used to say lots of things like ‘’‘keep on keeping on’’, and ‘’keep your head and your heart up’’. At the time, it just

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