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4. How Often Do You Say No?

It’s the end of the week. Taking a look at her action list, Operations Director Frazzled Freda notices it’s not got any shorter.  In fact, it’s got longer – even though she’s finally managed to complete a number of priority tasks. What’s been happening? First, there was the conversation with her second in command, Ian.…

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6. Finding The Confidence To Lead

In the second of my blogs about finding your identity as a leader, I want to talk about confidence. Something recently-promoted Operations Director Frazzled Freda had in abundance in her former lead scientist role, but which seems to be eluding her in her new position. What’s gone wrong? Let’s take a look back at Freda’s…

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Emotional intelligence

5. The single trait that accounts for up to 85% of leadership success

People in leadership roles need to be good thinkers. But IQ alone isn’t enough – as new Operations Director Frazzled Freda is finding. It’s Friday, and Freda is on her way home. By some miracle – and thanks to a week of late nights at the laptop – she’s been able to send her departmental…

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1. Do You Make The Right Time Choices?

Does your day look like this? This is a typical day in the life of Frazzled Freda, UK operations director at Murray’s Medical Moulds Ltd. Having been promoted from lead mould scientist just a few months back, Freda’s finding time management a bit of a struggle. 08.30 Freda pulls into the car park thinking she…

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2. Is Work Stressing You Out?

Is work stressing you out? If it is, you’re not alone. But what exactly is the root cause of all that stress, and what effect is that is having on your performance and on the people around you? For clues, let’s catch up with Frazzled Freda, recently promoted Operations Director at Murray’s Medical Moulds. Friday…

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3. Are you working with your brain? Or against it?

Here’s the latest day in the life of newly-promoted Operations Director Frazzled Freda. She hasn’t had a moment to spare ­­– so why has she made so little progress? See what you think…. Arriving at her desk, Freda first decided to schedule some much-needed meetings with her co-directors. She noticed Effective Ellie’s 9am slots were…

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How do you lead collaboratively?

Within a modern day organisation, there is a huge scope for collaborative leadership. However, businesses who may still be entrenched in old-fashioned values may still not realise the impact that leading collaboratively can have on so many aspects of their operation. Traditionally, the top board level would operate in private with meeting after meeting, making…

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What is collaborative leadership?

Collaborative leadership has a number of positive effects on an organisation. Firstly, this style of leadership allows for a healthy work environment. Collaboration dispels the toxic effect of an atmosphere of constant conflict. This is valuable to the happiness and morale of the people within it. The collaborative leader talks through differences of opinion with…

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Featured in the Daily Telegraph

31st October 2016 Journal

Monday morning and I am pleased to say I am featured in the telegraph under the lifestyle and wellbeing section, if you have the actual paper then you will probably not miss it with the size dedicated to the picture of myself, you can read it online at the telegraph

4. How Often Do You Say No?

16th September 2016 leadership

It’s the end of the week. Taking a look at her action list, Operations Director Frazzled Freda notices it’s not got any shorter.  In fact, it’s got longer – even though she’s finally managed to complete a number of priority tasks. What’s been happening? First, there was the conversation with her second in command, Ian.…

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6. Finding The Confidence To Lead

15th September 2016 leadership

In the second of my blogs about finding your identity as a leader, I want to talk about confidence. Something recently-promoted Operations Director Frazzled Freda had in abundance in her former lead scientist role, but which seems to be eluding her in her new position. What’s gone wrong? Let’s take a look back at Freda’s…

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