As I am in Chicago on business all week, @hanszures kindly agreed to step in and facilitate discussions and wow, didn’t she do an awesome job. To my utter amazement, Steve Browne commented on a link – https://www.reflektive.com/blog/twitter-hr-leaders/ – that references our #SelfCareWeekly twitter chat is recommended by Reflektive – a very kind gesture and thanks […]Read More #SelfCareWeekly blog – #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek
I have been battling (with myself!) for some time to collate my thoughts, feelings & passions into an easy to communicate medium and I am hoping that this blog captures that in the first instance. I would greatly appreciate any and all feedback, especially from those who have their own story or thoughts, positive and […]Read More An introduction to the SGEW model of personal & organisational development
What is Bullying? According to the Oxford English dictionary: What I find most interesting is the paradox between this definition of a bully being someone that targets people that they perceive to be vulnerable (weak in this context), yet I and so many others right now are talking about the power of being vulnerable i.e. […]Read More Bullying – It has to stop!
Yesterday saw Helens (https://twitter.com/WildFigSolns) first Learn, Connect, Do of 2018 with the excellent support of Janice Keyes (https://twitter.com/janicekeyes) from Mind over Matter Coaching. The event took place in the very cool & funky PKF Cooper Parry East Midlands office https://twitter.com/PKFCooper_Parry who are ranked as one of the top 100 companies to work for, and on face value, […]Read More March 2018 Learn, Connect, Do event on ‘Self care’
Without wanting to disclose too much as everyone needs and I really mean needs, to read this book, I felt compelled to share my thoughts as it has come at the most opportune time for me personally. I was made aware of Nilofer Merchant https://twitter.com/nilofer by the awesome https://twitter.com/PerryTimms a few months ago, however was offered […]Read More “The Power of Onlyness” – Unique book title, next generation thinking
I wrote my first #6in6club book review of the 6 books that I read during H2 2017, back in December 2017 but omitted to include my main takeaways from reading the book Tribal Leadership which was read during July 2017. https://valuethroughvulnerability.com/2017/12/04/personal-development-reading-list-h2-2017/ On reflection I believe that this was due to the fact that whilst the […]Read More Tribal Leadership – A next gen approach to leadership
When reviewing and reflecting on my personal learning & development journey over the past 2 years in particular yesterday I was drawn back to the 5 dysfunctions of a team model from Patrick Lencioni. I wanted to share my reflections and seek feedback from anyone that may be interested and thus invite you to reflect […]Read More 5 Dysfunctions of the workplace (but we are on the mend ….)