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Does your company or department have a compelling strategic vision? Does it actively support your ongoing development? Who owns it? How do you know? Analyse any successful organisation to determine what makes it “good” and you are bound to find a strong sense of purpose and direction. It is widely accepted that there is a need for organisations to have a strategic vision. Every book shop will have shelves of books dedicated to the subject and yet all too often what is thought to be “strategic vision” is in reality little more than a slogan on a poster in reception or words bandied about by the Senior Management Team which means little to the workers or customers.

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WOW Seat Podcast with AliNicole Waters - Enlightenment is what leaders need Appearing on the WOW! Seat Podcast with AliNICOLE "WATERS" WOW She Does It All is always a brilliant experience and I really loved talking to Alicia about why I believe that what the world needs now are more enlightened leaders who know how to leverage their genuine power to unleash more of their WOW! Factor!

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The benefits of having a highly effective team who work well together in the best interests of the organisation are far-reaching. The cross-fertilisation of ideas, the support mechanism which allows both the individual and the group to grow in confidence and competence are well documented. Having a pool of talented people who are capable of taking responsibility can be an enormous boon to the boss.

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We are just past the middle of January – a month that is heavily-laden with lots of expectations that we do a review of our year - a look back that can maybe involve us confronting some difficult times and issues. And, having completed this analysis, there is the expectation to craft a new vision of who we will become in the 12 months ahead of us, meaning more work of course. All of this traditional self-analysis and self-work comes straight after the hectic, and often fraught, festive ‘holiday’ period and, certainly in the northern hemisphere, when the weather it is at is most grey, dark, wet and freezing. The nights are still long, the days so short! I am wondering if it is the right time of year to do anything of a massive endeavour!

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An interview on The Adverse Affect with Kenneth Cheadle

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An interview with Dean Rotbart on Monday Morning Radio

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An interview with John Francis, podcast host of Work. Passion. Fit.

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An interview with Ryan West on how I've battled my health challenges and found ways to get through them.

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In this episode of Part of Me podcast, Esi and I talked about workplace disability.

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Gina introduces herself and her work with her coaching clients and her beliefs around helping people, and how learning to walk twice as an adult whilst also running an award-winning school has informed her approach to living a life that is thriving and not just surviving.

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