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I believe we can see leadership as a mind-set, a way of thinking, behaving, and acting, so in reality it’s not always about the job-title; you don’t always need a team or a project to lead, you can lead with your ideas, insights, and inspiration to create change and open minds to new ways of thinking.

This content mentions sexual harassment, which some people may find triggering.

Ripples create actions with far-reaching effects

This has led me to reflect on how my own network is made up of chance meetings, collaborations, colleagues and friends who have created a ripple effect of connections whose influence reaches far beyond that moment of first meeting.

This content mentions anxiety, which some people may find triggering.
It’s May which means its by birthday soon, well yes, that but it is also Mental Health Awareness Week from 15 to 21 May, this year the Mental Health Foundation are focusing on anxiety. In this blog I share some tips to help manage anxiety.

There is a quality that sets people apart. It’s hard to define but easy to recognise. With it, you can take on the world. Without it, you live stuck at the starting block of your potential. What is it?

This years’ theme for International Women’s Day (IWD) is “DigitALL: Innovation and technology for gender equality,” recognising and celebrating the women and girls who are championing the advancement of transformative technology.

Do you work at a charity in HR, Learning & Development or as a line manager responsible for recruiting, retaining, and developing your people – please read on because I would love to help you.

Now that 2023 is underway maybe you can find some free time just for you? Some space for you to stop, reflect and simply stare into the distance, to the are changes you would like to make in your life.  

Successful leaders are the driving force behind charities. They set the vision, inspire teams and manage the organisation through its challenges. It is essential, therefore, that we develop their skills and provide the support needed for each person to thrive, making their difference sustainably.

At the heart of my work as a women’s leadership coach is believing that everything starts when we put our needs first, when we are kind to ourselves and listen to what our own bodies are telling us.

What is the problem with our work environment? From my work with One of Many™ I have come to understand that a key barrier to women progressing into leadership is that many workplaces operate with an unconscious bias towards what can be deemed as traditionally masculine traits.