Welcome to The New Skills Pathway
As a leader it’s paramount that you keep learning new skills so I’m delighted that you’ve joined this pathway. To get you started I’ve split this pathway into 3 steps:
Step 1: Join The Growing Leaders Club
This is a no-brainer, because it’s absolutely free!! Once you’ve filled in your details you’ll get:
- Free weekly tips straight to your inbox
- And a free monthly training webinar
What’s not to love??
Get your copy of The Boss Hat Book – for £10!
This book takes you through 4 stages of growing as a leader:
Understanding your values and what being a leader means to you
Understanding how to create systems and process, and really look after your self as a leader (this is something that a lot of people miss out)
Understanding the 10 daily habits that will really help you get the most out of your team
And finally, how to develop the people in your team
You can get your copy here…
Check out the Leadership Toolbox
This is a membership site that contains a vault packed full of simple, practical and bite sized workshops perfect for leaders at any level….PLUS you get to join a growing community of people just like you.
To join and to get a sneak peak of what it’s like inside take a look here.
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Quick question ... are you making things hard for yourself? I have to be honest here, I’ve done this on more than one occasion... things like: * Overthinking * Procrastinating * Messing about on social * Changing the plan (yet again) * Writing yet another list *...
About three months ago I decided to put some structure into how I manage my working week. Now I’d always resisted this because I told myself that I don’t like structure that I like spontaneity. That I had to be available for my clients, that any kind of structure would dampen my creativity. So I resisted it for a long time until I decided I had to create a structure that was right for me. And you know what? It worked an absolute dream.
When amazing people get fantastic opportunities instead of putting their hands up and saying I would love to, they find themselves coming up with an excuse.