Context On Tuesday we entered the year of the Water Tiger and you may have already been feeling the change in the energy. The last two years have been Metal years and in many ways they have been tough particularly
Yellow is the colour of the innate leader and yet here’s what I have discovered those that call themselves leaders are still working from the shadow side, which is arrogance. I have tended to say that we are co-creators of our destiny
Earlier this week I found myself on a website for a global conference which had over 100 speakers in at least 10 different specialisms. I thought to myself which channel would I be in. There was one for executive coaching; there was another
Green and Gold were the frequencies that channellers felt were coming through during last weekend’s Summer Solstice. When I read about that I immediately thought of this bottle which became the focus of this week’s heart connection. Green and Gold together will
Fear is an emotional state; one of 6 core emotions, and when using Robert Plutchik’s flower model of emotions, fear branches to terror, apprehension, and isolation. When you break down emotions this way it not only gives you a more extensive vocabulary
When I was young if my father spoke quietly with me and said he was disappointed in me, it had a very powerful effect. I could feel the full weight of his disappointment and felt awful for letting him down.
In a conversation that I was having recently with one of my uncles the topic of parenting came up. It feels relevant to share it with you here because it illustrates a dilemma that all leaders face be that in
When I started my business over 7 years ago, a marketing coach who I followed at the time told me I needed to be more visible. And at that point with very little confidence, her suggestion filled me with dread.
In this article Kate Griffiths shows that the key ingredients for the governance of a 21st century business is having a structure that enables courageous conversations. The focus is on governance because that is part of decision-making and leadership processes
In this article Kate Griffiths shares her reflections on Occupy Love – she hosted a private screening of the film at her home which was not only the Hertfordshire but also the England premiere. It brought together some of the