Three activities for creating results and inspiration

The first step to leading ourselves and others better through a time of change is to know more clearly what matters most to us. Inner Leadership recommends three ways of achieving this: creativity, Continue Reading →

Exercise, creativity, and meditation

exercise creativity meditation

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

Listen to your inner voice — Steve Jobs

Don't let the noise of others drown out your own inner voice

Good advice here from Steve Jobs. But how can we achieve this when everything around us is churning, and our inner voice is being drowned out by a hundred different messages, Continue Reading →

Leadership as consensus-moulding

A genuine leader is a moulder of consensus (MLK)

There are as many leadership styles as there are leaders. Steve Jobs, General George Patton, and Gandhi all got results, but their leadership styles were all as different as chalk and cheese and china. Continue Reading →