If acknowledging our own privilege is an act of warriorship, even more courageous is to acknowledge that with privilege comes bias.
Being purpose-led is no longer desirable, it is crucial in a more connected, transparent and complex world. But simply claiming to have a purpose is very different to acting on it….
A Warrior’s Guide to the Holiday Season (or how to get to New Year’s Eve without strangling a family member)
Being a warrior doesn’t end when you leave the workplace! We need to bring our best warrior selves into our family holiday celebrations too. So here is your Global Warriors guide to a brilliant holiday.
Co-creation is a vital aspect of Global Warriors’ programmes. Here, our Warrior team colleague, Duncan Muller reflects on his recent experience leading two new groups in the States.
Some would say that a boundary is a line of separation – the point where one place or person ends, and another begins. Others would say that a boundary is a point of connection – the location where two places or people meet. This may seem like only a semantic difference, but as worldviews they are fundamentally different.
We all know the feeling of regret that follows a step towards vulnerability. It’s your mind saying, “What did you just do? What were you thinking?!” Managing this moment can be the difference between being a leader who consistently crosses their personal edges, and one who plays it safe.