Monthly Archives: August 2013

What presenters can learn from Martin Luther King: the power of images.

Martin Luther King is somewhat high profile this month, 50 years after making his transformational “I have a dream” speech in Washington on August 28th 1963. Enough has been said and written about the political impact that speech had on … Continue reading

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Great advice for any Leader: “To thine own self be true.”

“This above all: to thine own self be true,        And it must follow, as the night the day, Thou canst not then be false to any man.”        Hamlet     Act 1 Scene 3 Polonius to … Continue reading

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In defence of the Extraverts. (We have needs too, you know!)

A lot gets written by people like me (eg this article) about how we Extraverts need to appreciate the Introverts more. Susan Cain’s “Quiet.  The power of the introverted mind in a world that can’t stop talking“ is a  superb … Continue reading

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Coaching made simple. One good question is all you need.

Pablo Picasso has inspired this week’s post.  Thanks Pablo, it is pouring with rain outside, and to be honest I was feeling a bit flat and lost for words until I saw your great quote: “I am always doing that … Continue reading

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