‘…employers and managers need to adjust the work environment through three cultural frameworks — flexibility, allyship and coaching — to enable all employees to stay and thrive in work’
Joy Burnford, author of Don’t Fix Women, is interviewed by Karen Mangia as part of Authority Magazine’s series about “How Employers and Employees are Reworking Work Together,”
Thank you for making time to visit with us about the topic of our time. Our readers would like to get to know you a bit better. Can you please tell us about one or two life experiences that most shaped who you are today.
‘Leaders can help their teams and organizations by developing their own skills and mindset, so they can support connection and open communication within their teams.’
Felicity Dwyer, author of Crafting Connection is featured in the November 2022 wellbeing issue of Leadership Excellence
Pressure and uncertainty are realities in many of today’s workplaces and can affect the well-being of leaders themselves. Leaders may be dealing with geopolitical factors outside their control that impact the economic and business climate. And there will be day-to-day business challenges to navigate. And external pressures can affect employees, who may feel insecure or overworked.
‘Transform you, your plan, and your team. Turbulence is a good indication that your current business model will become irrelevant. It’s not the time to bolt down the hatches and do more of the same. It may seem counterintuitive but mobilizing your team around an ambition to take your business to a new level of performance, forces your team to look outward for new possibilities.’
Susie Robinson, author of Transform to Outperform, is interviewed by Yitzi Weiner as part of Authority Magazine’s series about the “Five Things You Need To Be A Highly Effective Leader During Turbulent Times”.
Thank you so much for your time! I know that you are a very busy person. Our readers would love to “get to know you” a bit better. Can you tell us a bit about your ‘backstory’ and how you got started? Of course.
‘We need to focus less on acquiring more things and instead find happiness with what we already have.’
Becky Hall, author of The Art of Enough, is featured in the Take a Break November Issue
‘Miller’s practical and comprehensive guide… will undoubtably be the book that many ambitious female leaders wished they had read at the start of their careers.’
Carla Miller‘s book Closing the Influence Gap is reviewed in People Management Magazine.
Hadrien Chatelet, co-author of Brand Yourself, (with Lucy Werner, author of Hype Yourself ) is hosting an Adobe LIVE event and has four more live events scheduled over the next few months. Lucy, has also recorded for a brand new Adobe podcast coming out later in the year / early next year called Humans of the Creator Economy.
En savoir plus sur Adobe Express : https://www.adobe.com/fr/express/?sdid=DZTGZV8N&mv=social Hadrien Chatelet est passionné de couleurs, auteur à succès de Brand Yourself et designer d’image de marque primé. À 17 ans, le street art militant dans sa ville natale de Nice l’a conduit à son premier emploi rémunéré en tant que décorateur aux Galerie Lafayette.
‘Communication at work is a dynamic two-way process, requiring clear speaking and empathetic listening.’
Felicity Dwyer, author of Crafting Connection is featured in the 17th October issue of Grazia Magazine
‘Cath challenges the ‘win at all costs’ culture in both sport and business. She sees the binary concepts of ‘winners and losers ‘ as detrimental to sustained performance and well-being.’
Cath Bishop, author of The Long Win, is featured in RHR International October Leadership Library book review.
Really enjoyed connecting with Orla Leonard and RHR International to discuss how narrow short-term definitions of success can hold us back, diminish motivation…
‘…guard whose words you internalise very carefully. “If they are not living the life you want, don’t take their advice,”’
Lucy Werner, author of Hype Yourself and (with Hadrien Chatelet) Brand Yourself, is quoted in Jodie Cook’s Forbes article where Jodie explores ‘The 3 Pieces Of Advice Entrepreneurs Would Give Their Former Selves’.
Most entrepreneurs are scrambling around trying every path hoping that one leads somewhere good. The ones who reach that place look back and connect the dots. I asked entrepreneurs what advice they would give their former selves and their answers split into three key categories.
‘It is time to stop sweeping cultural issues under the carpet and carrying on as before with a few tweaked policies.’
Cath Bishop, author of The Long Win, is featured in The Guardian speaking about British Gymnastics’ action plan and overhaul.
ritish Gymnastics’ action plan, Reform ’25, responds to the devastating Whyte review and provides a critical moment for sport reform in this country. For the sake of past, present and future gymnasts, this plan cannot be allowed to fail. For the rest of sport and society it matters too.