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Leadership lessons from Cycling!

Over the last few years the Foresight team have had the honour of being involved and supporting the Cycle Against Suicide organisation. In March of this year, I had the…

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How you can create a Climate that increases Employee Engagement

Recent Gallup surveys indicate that 63% of people are not engaged in their working environment – this means they are unhappy and unproductive and spreading this negativity to their colleagues….

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Just Lean Into It

Have you ever had a huge goal or task to complete that at the time seemed overwhelming? It may be that you are currently facing such a challenge with a…

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Trust is the KEY

Building a high performing team requires a number of ingredients but if you’re looking for that team to be able to sustain that drive and enthusiasm towards a common goal,…

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Perspective

It’s so easy to lose touch with what’s important to us, whether that’s personally or professionally, most of us run so fast to stay on the treadmill of life that…

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Life-Work Balance

On the 28th April we are taking 2 weeks out at a busy time of our year to support the Cycle Against Suicide charity in Ireland that has become really…

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Change

Before I start on the topic of change, I thought I’d just share some stats which will give you something to think about. 90% of who we are has been…

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Does “POSITIVITY” really work?

If you ask the question, I guess you’d get a lot of people just saying yeah of course being positive works, it’s fairly easy to see the impact of how…

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The Mirror is always right.

There’s no getting away with it, if you want the truth you will get it when you look in the mirror. Whether it’s as simple as looking at your physical…

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The achilles heel of Leadership

I’ve been reading a lot over the Christmas period and reflecting on 2013 and the various opportunities I’ve had when in coaching situations with leadership teams, the reading has helped…