Hello, Welcome to our first email for 2019! We hope you had a wonderful break over the holiday period, and are coming into the new year feeling excited and refreshed. While we believe that you can create change in your life at any time of year, the start of a new year often prompts us to consider our goals, and how we would like our lives to be different in twelve months’ time. You’re probably hearing the phrase “new year, new you” a lot, but we’d like to change that to “new year, best you” because we don’t think that you…
Hey there! Welcome to our final blog for the year, and what a year it has been! At Inkling, you will know that our philosophy is to lean into discomfort in order to grow, and we have certainly done that in 2018. Please join us as we reflect on our journey over the last twelve months. We worked with 2000+ people around the world in our life-changing programs – from Sydney to San Francisco to London The team took 250+ flights to deliver our programs and workshops Our participants and clients gave us a net promoter score of 91.3 (an NPS above 70…
Do you find yourself focussing a lot of time and energy on everything that’s missing from your life? With thoughts running through your head like “Why don’t I have a better job?”, “Why didn’t I get that promotion?”, “Why don’t I have more money?” or “Why don’t I have a loving relationship?”, and the list goes on and on.
This might be something that you reflect on often, or perhaps the concept of legacy is one that is new to you. Getting clear on your legacy is important because it brings meaning and direction to your work, and helps you, as a leader, to set the tone for the culture within your organisation.
A few weeks ago, I shared with you my top tips for attracting and selecting the right talent to your organisation, today, I’m going share the second part in this series.
Through our workshops we meet so many women who struggle to allow their true selves to be seen in the workplace. There is a real fear of being excluded, judged, seeming weak or unprofessional, and ultimately of being deemed incapable of their job.
The ongoing investment in unconscious bias training as the way to address the gender gap frustrates my colleagues and me, for two reasons…
We know from working with thousands of amazing women that a big part of inspiring women to step, speak up and lead is helping them to understand their strengths. Strengths are your secret weapon to a having a fulfilling and successful career!
Today we are launching #WeTwo, a powerful movement that shines a light on stories of men and women working “two-gether” to encourage each other to step up, speak up, lead, and become champions of change in the workplace.
Have you ever been cut off in traffic and then spent the rest of your drive absolutely simmering? Or maybe a client has sent you a nasty email and it’s ruined your whole day? This is a sign that you’re getting stuck with negative emotions, and the good news is we are here to help!
Today we wanted to share something with you that is hot off the press…our 5 Tips for Being an Engaging Public Speaker!
So you’ve recovered from the food coma, the bin is full of wrapping paper, and you are pleased to know that you won’t be hearing Jingle Bell Rock again for a good eleven months. Your mind drifts to New Year’s Eve, and you begin to mull over potential resolutions, and wonder what next year might hold.
In this episode of InklingTV I’ll share the Kerry Effect, a practical technique you can implement yourself, and introduce to your team, to help delegate like a pro!
Have you ever felt ‘icky’ when having to give someone feedback? Avoided it all together? Or have you tried but completely stuffed it up? Are you too soft? Too brash?
In the latest episode of Inkling TV I share some research on the two behaviour patterns that emerge when we are stressed. Tune in to identify which pattern you adopt and how to get yourself out of a negative stress reaction.
In this episode of Inkling TV I talk about a phenomenon that I see holding us back from living courageous and authentic lives. Yes my friends, I am referring to the ‘what will “Everybody” think’ story.
Do you have a nasty voice in your head that says mean and destructive things to you? Does this voice hold you back; convince you that terrible things are going to happen; tell you that you are not enough, never will be enough and that ultimately you are going to die old and alone?