Archive for Leadership Development

Women in Leadership | 30.4.20 

Women in Leadership | 30.4.20  We have all heard of the “Glass ceiling“; a metaphor for the hard-to-see informal barriers that keep women from getting promotions, pay raises, and further opportunities. Whilst thankfully we have dramatically moved the dial on this over the past decades, there is still a concerning disparity between men and women in the workplace, […]

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Watch The Sheridan Resolutions Leading Through Crisis Webinar| 24th April 2020

Last Friday, we had the latest in our enjoyable and informative Sheridan Resolutions webinar series. over 30 people attended the webinar and it was on the topic of '' Leading Through Crisis''. The session was led by William Winstone and Katherine Bond who delivered a masterclass on the subject. The session provided key tips on [...] Read More →

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Having Meaningful Conversations in the Workplace

Having Meaningful Conversations in the Workplace| 12.2.20 Effective communication results in minimising potential misunderstanding, creates unity as everyone is aligned or clear on the views or aims of another individual or company. An effective communicator understands their audience, chooses an appropriate communication channel, hones their message to this channel and encodes the message to reduce […]

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Why people should be at the heart of your business.

Why people should be at the heart of your business| 28/02/20 Simon Sinek, author of “Leaders Eat Last” states, “It is not the demands of the job that cause the most stress, but the degree of control workers feel they have throughout their day. The studies also found that the effort required by a job […]

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Leadership – a matter of mindset

Here are some thoughts from Martin Wilson, Executive Coach here at Sheridan Resolutions on why leaders must be given time to think about their development and perspectives.  Leadership is first and foremost about mindset. Why? Because, like life, work does not happen in conveniently packaged and predicted events – it mostly just happens. To respond […]

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A Confidence Boost for Female Leaders

If you think a friend or colleague should subscribe to this newsletter then forward it to them and get them to sign up here There are some excellent articles on women in leadership in this week’s Sheridan Weekly. One feature looks at how women in senior positions can profoundly change a company’s culture, while another looks frankly at […]

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C³ – leadership for high level engagement – by Martin Wilson

(This post is from Martin Wilson, one of our top team of consultants here at Sheridan Resolutions) Leadership matters. Our world is more complex than ever before, with access to more information than ever before. It’s a complexity and abundance of information that can paralyse and confuse. Organisations need leaders who are agile thinkers, who […]

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Leadership investment and agility are closely connected

I’m fascinated at the moment by the increasingly clear case for investing in your leaders on the one hand and, on the other, how great leaders respond to the fast-changing business environment. The two things are, of course, linked. Investment in excellent leadership development creates an environment to challenge senior leaders to be the best […]

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How to be a better leader

There’s more to being a good boss than having the title and responsibility of telling people what to do. Leadership comes with many challenges, and to become effective you need to know how to guide and motivate your employees. Be agile Be prepared for disruption – it’s not all going to plain sailing in business. […]

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Great leaders accept their limitations

So much of the discussion around the nurturing of top talent is about leaders coming to terms with their limitations – and turning this to their advantage. We’ve found that corporate resilience can be built through leaders helping their employees understand and be prepared for the sense of vulnerability inevitable during times of change. To […]

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