Finding my WHY

Anybody who has followed this blog or met me will know that living my WHY is an essential element of my life. It's what drives me. It's what makes me get up in the morning. And it's partly why I created this blog in the first place. Well, today, I started reading Simon Sinek's new… Continue reading Finding my WHY

Broken bones, mended thoughts

One the things that I like to do is to continuously reflect - to reflect on my thoughts, to reflect on my actions, and to reflect on my progress towards being the leader of a great team. At the end of last year I spent some time reviewing & reflecting on my journey as a… Continue reading Broken bones, mended thoughts

This is how I will lead with intention in 2017

At the start of 2017, Leadfully from the talented bunch at SYPartners challenged their followers to chart a better course — or even a new one. They asked us to look back at 2016 and consider: What did you do well as a leader? What could you have done better? Then they asked us to look ahead… Continue reading This is how I will lead with intention in 2017

Recruiting using the Cathedral test

A couple of years ago I made my first ever appointment in my team - see Building the right team with the right people - and this week, I’ve had my latest new employee start within my team as an intern. Going through this recruitment process has got me thinking about what kind of person… Continue reading Recruiting using the Cathedral test

Looking backwards to move forward 

Over the past few days I have been writing about my reflections on the last 21 months in my journey of leading my team towards becoming a ‘great team’. I have covered the topics of the importance of time and patience, how I became more vulnerable to build trust, and how I have been working on communicating… Continue reading Looking backwards to move forward