Tag: High Self-awareness

Conversations that Count

March 19, 2019 by

One of my favourite things  is working with leaders on having the Conversations that Count.  This is not just about constructive feedback but also about giving recognition.  Most leaders struggle with these conversations. Some may find it easier to give recognition but shy away from constructive feedback, others don’t like giving recognition but are comfortable […]

Categories: Balance, Corporate Wellbeing, happiness, Meaning and purpose, mindfulness, personal development, Sara Redman, Self awareness, Wellbeing

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Coming Clean…

January 24, 2019 by

It is mid-January as I write this now and I woke up this morning to return to work with genuine fire in my belly. I noticed in my morning meditation that I actually feel lighter and more centred than I have in years….and of course it is a truly welcome, blissful feeling.  I was curious […]

Categories: Balance, Corporate Wellbeing, happiness, Meaning and purpose, mindfulness, personal development, Sara Redman, Self awareness, Wellbeing

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Moments that matter…

May 31, 2018 by

Moments that matter… Leaders who inspire me really know how to make the moment matter – often. When we are frequently conscious of the choices we can make as leaders, and the associated impact/s, we are best placed to make a positive difference to individuals and the whole team. Each day leaders are faced with […]

Categories: Communication, Culture, Leadership, personal development, Sara Redman

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The perils of pigeon holing

March 08, 2018 by

“I can’t do it”, “they aren’t capable of doing that”, “he’ll never change”. Have you heard these phrases come out of your mouth? If you have, you might be susceptible to pigeon holing, limiting the potential of yourself and others.   What is pigeon holing? How does it create limits? Pigeon holing is a form of […]

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Goose bump worthy acts of leadership

January 24, 2018 by

As we welcome 2018 I’ve been reflecting on our clients over the years, recalling some of the inspirational leaders we have had the pleasure of working with. As profound acts of leadership from across the years flowed through my mind three in particular stood out to me. Reflecting on them still gives me goose bumps, […]

Categories: Culture, Inspiration, Leadership, Personal accountability, personal development, Sara Redman

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Leaders who flex, inspire

December 20, 2017 by

Leaders are highly effective and inspiring when they are self-aware of their own behaviour preferences and style, and flex to meet the needs of others’ styles. At SRA we use DiSC as our preferred profiling tool to assist leaders and their teams in unlocking their potential. DiSC is an effective profiling tool that helps to […]

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