Posted by Pradeep Jey
One of the reasons our good intentions can go to the wayside after even the very best leadership training is lack of practice.
Sometimes, if a particular skill is new to us or underused our brains need to develop new pathways to make it familiar and therefore easy to call on particularly under stress.
That title has set me up for a fall right from the word go hasn’t it?
I’m sure comedians hate it when, in their personal life, someone says ‘Go on then: be funny!’
So is there a formula for being funny? And why should we even bother to try?
Posted by Bronia Szczygiel
Today I simply want to share one of my favourite pieces of writing – I often quote it on our Women in Management and our Leadership training.
Often wrongly attributed to Nelson Mandela, it is actually by Marianne Williamson and is taken from her book Return to Love.
Entitled Our Deepest Fear it’s a powerful call for us to be the best that we can be in this life.