Tag: leadership development

Modern H.O.T. Leadership (Honest, Open, and Transparent)

March 6, 2021
I believe in H.O.T. leadership which stands for Honest, Open and Transparent leadership. H.O.T. is the style of leadership that is going to be necessary to navigate and lead organizations...

We’ve heard of working from home, what about leading from home?

April 4, 2020
The internet is awash in articles about ‘working from home.’ That’s an important topic, but I believe that leading from home – especially so suddenly – needs more attention.

Career Psychology – Usually a Lot Faster Than and Different from Therapy

January 11, 2020
Many people have heard of career coaches or career counsellors. Career psychology isn't as well known, but it's a fast, practical and strategic way to get impactful results on work-related...

High Stake Situations – Why do some people stumble while others shine?

September 7, 2019
The 2019 US Open tennis finals have me thinking about high stake scenarios. The other night, my partner was talking about the upcoming rematch between Canadian tennis player Bianca Andreescu...

What You Need to Know About Psychometric Testing

July 27, 2019
Psychometric testing - for fun and in the context of employment - is a huge topic and industry. In this article, I explain the basics that employees and employers should...

Scapegoats and the Glass Cliff: When Careers Get Derailed

June 8, 2019
Scapegoating and the glass cliff may sound like something made up or exaggerated. In this article, I’ll break down what these terms mean, who they affect and why.

Less Lonely at the Top: the Rewards of Leadership & Executive Coaching

April 27, 2019
It's lonely at the top. Modern leadership includes responsibility for staff in work environments that have grown much more complex - while also maintaining productivity and profitability. It’s no wonder...