Blog

News from Jude Jennison.

Setting clear boundaries for connection at work

Setting clear boundaries for connection at work

Setting clear boundaries for connection at work Sometimes in order to be flexible at work we relax our boundaries and can then appear weak, others may hold their boundaries too strongly and appear inflexible. Boundaries at work are important as is connection. Here's a...

How to handle organisational trauma at times of change

How to handle organisational trauma at times of change

How to handle organisational trauma at times of change Organisational change has almost become the norm in the last couple of decades, however, the trauma of the change can last way beyond colleagues leaving as a part of the transformation. Unless the change is...

Slow Down to Speed Up

Slow Down to Speed Up

Slow Down to Speed Up In today's fast-paced world there's more pressure than ever to get things done quickly. But have you ever thought that by slowing down you will actually get things done more quickly? Here's a quote from my book: Case study The following case...

How a lack of courage causes us to miss opportunities

How a lack of courage causes us to miss opportunities

Courage is something that all of us lack from time to time, it might be something like taking a simple step in a journey or having a tough conversation that we know we should have but put off because the thought of it is scary. Summoning up courage moves...

Setting clear boundaries for connection at work

How do you create connection in a world of technology?

Connection is about more than seeing and hearing, we connect emotionally too and we don't necessarily have to be physically close to connect. Technology has massively increased our ability to connect with others, at the same time it has the power to disconnect from...

Resistance is created by fear, a product of uncertainty

Resistance is created by fear, a product of uncertainty

Resistance is always created by fear and fear is a product of uncertainty. Great leaders will often help their teams to manage their own resistance in order to create harmony in the team and to deliver what is needed from those teams. Here is an excerpt on...

How do your emotions inform your leadership?

How do your emotions inform your leadership?

Emotions are a completely natural human reaction, however, from an early age, we are encouraged to suppress and/or hide them.   They are a very valuable resource and can help us to not only to recognise our wants and needs but we can use them to help us become better...

Creating a framework in uncertainty

Creating a framework in uncertainty

Creating a framework in uncertainty Uncertainty is not the same as chaos and being out of control although often people get caught up in feeling both of those. The following extract from my book Leading through uncertainty explains the value of creating a framework to...

Compassion in leadership

Compassion in leadership

Compassion isn't the first skill we tend to think of for successful leaders, yet it is a crucial skill when leading through the uncertainty and it can be learned. My experience of working with a wide range of people is that everyone cares in their own way. They need...

Gio and the anxiety of uncertainty

Gio and the anxiety of uncertainty

Gio is the youngest and newest member of the Leaders by Nature equine team but is already doing outstanding work. He nearly didn’t join the team because his first impact almost derailed him. It is national story week this week so this is gio’s story of how he came to...

Share This