Learning from mud!

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January has felt a long month, and with Lockdown No. 3 there has been a lot of walking for me; much of which has been in mud. Here are some of my learning points: 1 There’s nothing like timing … My daughter gave me walking poles for my birthday last year (it’s in April). She was disappointed that they were…

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Don’t Hide Your Talents in 2021!

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I’m told that both Maya Angelou and Albert Einstein suffered from Imposter Syndrome. Each believed themselves to be a fraud. Whatever the evidence, their fear was their talents did not merit the attention they gained. Yet I believe that most of us would agree that the world is a better place for their having somehow overcome this syndrome. They continued…

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Do you need a Lockdown Mentor?

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I remember three people early in my career who were fantastic mentors to me. There was Tracey, who taught me everything I needed to know about workshop design and delivery. Raj who built my confidence in strategy formulation and working with the client. And my boss Martin who showed me everything I needed to know about how goals drive behaviour….

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