I’ve been writing a lot on the topic of being brilliant recently. Which is why I’m delighted to include this guest post by John Williams, author of best-selling book Screw Work Let’s Play (How to do what you love & get paid for it), which...
How often do we tell ourselves that we just have to try harder? Following on from my last post about making the most of our strengths, here are a few thoughts about how we approach those times when we are working in our weaker areas. In learning to read, our son...
Our Busy Mums topic today was all about strengths, as inspired by strategist and author Marcus Buckingham and a talk he gave a few years ago at the Global Leadership Summit. Marcus spoke about how the chief responsibility of a manager is to turn people’s talents...
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