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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...

Mr Blue – the class clown

Mr Blue – the class clown

Mr Blue is not the youngest member of the herd but he is the silliest. People who love to play are often drawn to him because he makes people laugh. It is national story week this week so this is Mr Blue's story. This is an extract from my book Leading through...

Tiffin – the healer and teacher of trust

Tiffin – the healer and teacher of trust

Tiffin is a 16.3 hands Irish thoroughbred who had a difficult start in life which means he is learning to trust again. As it is national story week this week, the following true story is an extract from my book Leading through uncertainty and explains how past...

Opus – the integrator and connector of the herd

Opus – the integrator and connector of the herd

Opus is a 29 year old thoroughbred who has lived in Australia, New Zealand, Bahrain and the UK. He is extremely experienced and a natural connector. He doesn’t connect in an obvious way and he teaches clients that connection can look very different for everyone. As it...

Kalle’s story – introducing the equine team

Kalle’s story – introducing the equine team

National storytelling month It is National storytelling month so over the coming weeks, I will share stories about each of my five horses. Kalle was my first horse and knowing nothing about horses, I had no idea what I was looking for in a horse. I chose her because...

Stress and overwhelm – Mental health awareness week

Stress and overwhelm – Mental health awareness week

Mental health awareness week It is Mental Health awareness week and I want to share an extract from my new book Leading through uncertainty from the chapter on Stress and Overwhelm. 1 in 4 people will have a mental health issue in the next 12 months, largely driven by...

How to be human in a fast-paced technological world

How to be human in a fast-paced technological world

We sometimes forget how to be human in a fast-paced technological world. The following is an extract from my forthcoming book Leading through uncertainty. Have you ever wished there were more hours in the day? Do you find yourself permanently rushing from one place to...

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