Gender Diversity leads to Innovation can be Ignored
Research proves Gender Diversity leads to Innovation. We have heard this statement a million times and it is now noise versus great news. But, despite having heard this statement several times the importance of this statement has not reduced which puts the communicator in a difficult situation because it is an important statement that needs telling but when told falls on deaf…

Why every CEO should build a personal brand?
A study by Weber Shandwick and KRC Research says 44 percent of a company’s market value is directly linked to the CEO’s personal brand. Here’s some more detail–that same study said that when a CEO has a good reputation (which is another word for “personal brand), they are better able to attract investors, positive media attention, and talent. They also retain talent…

How do women experience shame?
So why is it even important that we know, How Women Experience Shame? Because of one simple reason, when you know where shame comes from and  there are others like you experiencing the shame, you don’t blame yourself, which is liberating. According to Dr Brene’ Brown, when women were asked to share their definitions or experiences of shame, here’s what they said:…

Perils of Being Grateful
Sydney 2008, whilst having a day on the road, doing sales calls, I get stuck in the traffic with a colleague for over 40 mins. Chatting is the only way to kill time. In this purposeless, purely out of boredom chit chat he shares details of his renumeration package with me.  I am certain he has made a mistake with the numbers…

Storytelling: Woop Woop, C- Level and Yoghurt Story
Ever been in a situation when you are in a meeting and someone says something you don’t understand? Most likely, you didn’t ask because you were ashamed of how ill informed you were. Well, contrary to your belief, you are not ill informed but there is just something new for you to learn. Here are 3 stories of similar situations, one of…