Happy Friday, I am working increasingly with clients to help them understand, explore and develop their own emotional intelligence in order to help them become more emotionally aware of themselves and others. Last week, I shared the importance of seeking first to understand and then to be understood in relation to how team members may be thinking and feeling at this time as we navigate new ways of working at home and in the office. Focusing on our own and others emotions can
I've recently revisited Steven Covey's - 7 habits of highly effective people. The 5th habit - 'Seek first to understand, then be understood' has really resonated with me. Many leaders I am working with are now planning a 'return to the office' with their team as the lockdown restrictions hopefully start to ease in April. Many will not be returning to their office full time and want to work more flexibly moving forward. Leaders are now planning how a blend of office and vi
I love this quote and wanted to share this today.
For the first time in a long time I have felt more able to 'pause' this week and 'look up' now the children are back to school. Having some space to pause has reminded me how crucial it is to do this. I have reflected this week on how intense the last year has been and how I have jumped from one thing to the next to try and balance my business with my families' needs.
Whilst I help my clients to continual
Happy Friday, A personal one today given it’s the last day of home school! I can't believe I wrote a blog post 51 weeks ago - the day we started this. To all the parents, carers, teachers and all those who support you, I salute you. It has been one of the hardest challenges we have faced as a family and I am not sure how we have done it at times but we have. I’m also conscious that as a family we have been so fortunate compared to so many. The point of sharing this is regardl