We welcome guest blogs from anyone who has graduated from one of our programmes – or, indeed, from anyone interested in the principles of consciousness, courageous action, and warriorship.
“Playing small”, or “settling for less”, isn’t something that anyone can define for you. It’s a deeply personal concept, and one which requires a level of self-awareness and honesty not everyone is prepared to face. Success isn’t necessarily defined by external...
This quote reminds us that cause and effect are not always as simple as we assume. Does getting great results make a happy team… or do happy team members create great results? Do powerful leaders have the luxury of cutting extraneous tasks out of their day… or do...
What might be possible when you explore your most challenging issue with a beginner’s mind? That is, a mind that is open to possibilities, open to ask any question (because there is no stupid one), open to make mistakes and with permission to explore the breadths and...
Leaders who are motivated by making a contribution can have a real impact – and when you infuse that contribution with passion, you become truly inspirational to those around you.
Sometimes it’s hard for us to recognise what’s good about where we are right now. What are you celebrating about yourself today?
Our task as leaders is not only to challenge discrimination when we see it. When it comes to long term change, the far greater challenge is to find ways of building new cultures.
Your leadership thought for the week: On touching the future.
One of the biggest opportunities of this new reality is the invitation to begin to interrogate some of the assumptions and stories that have developed in our work and home lives.
The question isn’t whether we should be self-critical…the question is whether self-criticism or self-compassion is the more resourceful attitude. Which of them helps us to be the people we want to be, and in which situations?
You can have all the tools in the world, but if you are not centered enough or comfortable enough in your own skin, you’ll never implement them. The problem can appear to be a lack of leadership skills… often the real problem is a lack of identity.
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