Category: leading for tomorrow
Back to (Leadership) School
Back to school season is now upon us! As we look back on our remarkably hot summer and gasp “where did the time go?” many parents will be frantically scrambling together the ever-growing list of kit needed to prepare their offspring for the new school year ahead.
April 2022 – Strengths
When we understand our strengths, we can spend more time doing what we are good at. For this month's video, Vicki Haverson, Principle Consultant for Greenacre Consult, talks about her own strengths journney, and how recognising her own unique strengths has helped her to understand herself better.
March 2022 – What Leadership Means
This month, we asked Liz Oliver, Safer Homes Director at the Hyde Group & Chair of WISH East, and Lucy Malarkey, Director at Positive About Inclusion & Managing Director of WISH, what leadership means to them.
How To Find The Job You Love
If you take the average of the many studies that have been conducted into employee engagement somewhere in the region of 80% of people are disengaged in their job.
December 2021 – Reflections
In our last short video of the year, we were joined by Sarah Crone, Giles Parkyn, Eden Bailey (MBA, MInstLM) and Jonathan Skipp, who share with us some of the things they have learnt along their career and personal journeys as they reflect back on 2021, and what they will be taking with them as they head into 2022.
Leadership and Sustainability in Housing
As social housing providers get to grips with climate change and endeavour to drive forward sustainable solutions to the ongoing crisis, succession planning for future development goals will be essential.