'Leadership is deeply personal and inherently collective' (Peter Senge) 2022 began with cataloguing my emotions and inner thoughts. It has felt like a deep rumble on the inside but has also enticed a me to re-orbit back into a new reality of life. After two years of...
“ To grow into your spirituality is to grow into your humanity, in all its connected, tender, messy, luminous embodiment” (Jeff Brown) Leading Well is holding a series of public forums on four important relationships for humans with a focus on people who lead...
Anam Cara (Gaelic for ‘soul friend’), is a classic work by Irish poet, philosopher and scholar, John O’Donohue. It has only six chapters and each is a graceful expression of the many threads to ‘soul-friendship’. The inter-personal is the obvious starting point but he...
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So you have got a new top job! How do you ensure that you start off well? Vanessa Fudge lists three pitfalls and how to avoid them.
So, what is the GREAT Resignation really? Helen Woods has found that quite often the answer to a question like this can be found in nature.
Dean Mason shares with us the importance of connection with nature for a healthier life.
Inspired by Mary Oliver’s ‘Wild geese’ poem, we reflect on love, nature and leadership.
A recent experience this week reminded me how nature is such a useful guide and a metaphor for behaving and learning.