For my annual December article, I always write something for the ladies. Whilst I use the analogy of the male lion for my EnQ work, it’s a leadership analogy and not a gender one. From early in my professional career, I chose to ignore gender and I still do.
However, there is no doubt that as […]
These are our three common responses to anxiety. They were hardwired into our biological makeup in order to heighten the possibility of our survival when finding ourselves face to face with a sabre tooth tiger. Whilst our world has evolved to effectively eradicate the original sabre tooth tiger attacks, our response wiring to such-like anxious moments has not […]
Before the digital revolution there were three conventional responses to approaches, questions, negotiation discussions and follow up’s between colleagues, clients and service providers within a professional environment.
These were to agree, disagree (question) or defer. Due to the nature of communication, which was either face to face, telephonic or by letter, a response of some nature, […]
I was recently invited to speak at the Young Enterprise CEO conference in Auckland. The conference comprised of a group of very new student CEO’s – many in their first entrepreneurial venture, learning from the personal experiences and wisdom of those having been in a CEO space for much longer. Being a serial “early arriver” I was […]