I spruik myself as being the ‘communications queen’ given I have been observing, researching and practising communication techniques for many, many years. I have come to realise the culprit for most angst in life is communication; either the lack of it or the miscommunication of it. Most people believe because they have two ears that … Continued
Learning is the key to enabling potential Your potential, is yours. What you do, how you achieve, the choices you make, are all yours. From the moment we are born, we are learning. Some of those learnings provide a better grounding for life than others, but nevertheless we are constantly learning. Alvin Toffler says ‘the … Continued
Many years ago, my (then) team and I sat down to brain-storm what we thought Lifelong Learning (me, as a person and a business) was all about. I remember it well because my very good friend and colleague Mary (who sadly died last year), was pushing me to identify what was important in terms of what … Continued
The Little Book of Feedback is a great resource for getting your head around giving AND receiving feedback.
The occupational YOU means being able to identify your skills, abilities, and interests in order to incorporate them into your life’s work. Being willing to continually learn and explore many career options keeps you flexible and able to respond to different economic cycles. Being a lifelong learner opens new possibilities for finding talents, interests, and … Continued
This is the vintage recording by Earl Nightingale, circa 1950’s. It is one of the best motivational pieces I have had the pleasure of being introduced to. Please take the time to listen, it is certainly worth it! Happy Learning!
I love to ponder life, love, the universe, all its mysteries and the lessons to be learned. I have always hung out in that learning and development space providing training and coaching, predominantly to the corporate sector. My strength is adding my ‘take’ on standard learning around leadership, people and communication. I always said my … Continued
I came across a model that looks at wellness through a multi-faceted lens many years ago and the concept has stayed with me from that moment on. The model isn’t attributable to any one researcher however it forms the basis of a universal approach to Wellness. That is, there are multiple dimensions or aspects that … Continued
FEEDBACK … of course… where was your head at? Feedback is the key to us truly gaining a sense of who we are, by validating our view of Self through others. This is equally important in both a personal and professional setting. “Mirror, mirror on the wall; do I see me warts and all?” I have … Continued