Posts Tagged #leadership
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, […]Read More →
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 […]Read More →
Caroline Sheridan from Sheridan Resolutions appears in Leaders Council podcast alongside Lord Blunkett.
The Leaders Council of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is currently in the process of talking to leadership figures from across the nation in an attempt to understand this universal trait and what it means in Britain and Northern Ireland today. Caroline Sheridan from Sheridan Resolutions was invited onto an episode of the podcast, which […]Read More →
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 […]Read More →
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 […]Read More →
(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 […]Read More →