Monthly Archives: October 2019

  • ‘I am who You say I am’. Why you can build your business

    How often I’ve groaned to myself when speaking at Christian women events when I hear young, Christ empowered women doubting their ability to build their business. Some even share their dreams and passion and qualify their negativity with ‘but I’m not clever enough to do this because………..’. I’ve seen dreams dashed simply because a shared […]

  • Do you have what it takes to be a great leader?

    Do you work for or know a bad boss? I’m always amazed at the influence and power we give to other people. Particularly in the workplace, we cede enormous authority to others based on their title. Obviously we need to respect authority and leadership, but if you’re struggling under what you feel is inept or […]

  • Are you ready for the rise of the gig economy?

    It’s coming to a town near you. In fact, if it’s not here already, it won’t be far off. We’re talking about the gig economy. Do you remember back in the old days when we were all encouraged to get in with a company where we could be there for life? Do you remember when […]

  • When you do whatever it takes

    I read with interest recently about a senior executive at Muffin Break in Australia and the struggles they are having in getting young people walking off the street to apply for work. As she states, prior to Instagram, young people were eager for employment, but in the search for a large Insta following, they are […]

  • Why it’s time for women in leadership to unite

    This rallying cry is not a ‘burn your bra’ stir up trouble rallying cry, but more a ‘let’s stop watching other women in leadership inventing the wheel and share our experiences’. Wherever I connect with women in leadership it is very obvious to me those that have a strong support network around them. They acknowledge […]