Exercise, creativity, meditation, and nature

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In a world of constant change, unexpected events can sometimes knock us off balance. When they do, Inner Leadership provides a range of tools that enable us to recentre and ground ourselves, quickly. But even better than learning to recover quickly Continue Reading →

Decision making in times of uncertainty (Stanford)

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A newly published Insight from Stanford Business School tells us something we probably already know: when it’s difficult to predict the outcome, people become less likely to take risks. Researchers Continue Reading →

Management looks outwards, leadership starts from within

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The focus of management is on looking outwards: on actions and on getting things done. Managers focus on implementing the agreed plan: on what their people are doing today and the problems and outcomes that might Continue Reading →

Transforming unwanted emotions

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A time of change can often bring unwanted emotions: anger, frustration, fear, and sadness. Often we work hard to make these emotions go away. But with a different attitude, and the Continue Reading →