Part 2 of a series on Personal Resilience, looking at resilience in terms of ‘bounce-back-ability’ and some warning signs to watch out for.
Part 1 of a series on Personal Resilience: How hard are you working? Is it right for you? Is it sustainable? If you’re consistently working 60 hours each week, you might be achieving less than if you worked 40 hours.
A reflection on my own experiences of redundancy, and of how it opened up a world of opportunities.
On Susan Cain’s book, Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking
Every time I have a Strategic Latte, I come away inspired, refreshed, reminded about why I do what I do and the bigger impact I want to make , full of ideas, and with a plan to overcome any obstacles that have cropped up.
There is a lot of advice around and plenty of people offering it although it may not be the best place to look for answers.
This is the story of what inspired me to name my business ‘Kingfisher Coaching’
What I blog and tweet about (and why), and what I don’t.
A summary of an excellent workshop on Business Model Innovation – run by Corridor Connections at the Manchester Digital Development Agency on 12th July 2011
This guest post looks how to work with a group of project managers to ensure that projects are well run.
Eric Ries gave an excellent Authors@Google presentation on his forthcoming book, The Lean Startup.
Reflections on a talk by Tara Hunt on what it takes to be an entrepreneur and face the unclear path.