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Please share your stories of Hope

Please share your stories of Hope

Naked Leader Week 890 – 21 September 2020 Time to read: 1 minute Thank you for your feedback from last week’s Please Stay the word that struck most of you is ‘Hope’ – it being the single biggest factor that moves people towards happiness, and away from despair. Most especially now! I would love to hear…Continue Reading

‘Please Stay’

‘Please Stay’

Naked Leader Week 889 – 14 September 2020 Time to read: 1 minute Last Thursday 10th September was World Suicide Prevention Day – with the alarmingly increasing numbers of people who die by suicide, a key point made on that day by The Samaritans, was that every day must be such a prevention day. Data,…Continue Reading

Go Simple, Anyway

Go Simple, Anyway

Naked Leader Week 886 – 24 August 2020 Time to read: 1 minute Thank you for your feedback to last week’s NL Weekly – ‘Go Simple’  The most frequent question I was asked was – ‘if simple is the way to go, why aren’t more organisations doing it?’ Because simple is never easy – it’s…Continue Reading

Go Simple

Go Simple

Naked Leader Week 885 – 17 August 2020 Time to read: 42 seconds Every organisation wants it, talks about doing it, very few actually do it. Because we are subconsciously trained – by books, experts and academia, that organisations must be complex. They don’t – they must not, as our brains have one overall, primary…Continue Reading

Submit a compliment

Submit a compliment

Naked Leader Week 883 – 3 August 2020 Time to read: 21 seconds I am seeing this more and more on websites. Alongside the traditional, and no doubt oft used ‘Make a Complaint’ option, are those three words ‘Submit a Compliment’ No doubt before Covid, people would have found that quite amusing, thinking ‘are you…Continue Reading

NHS at 72 years old

NHS at 72 years old

Naked Leader Week 881 –  20 July 2020 Time to read: 8 minutes   Sally Morris, CEO of Essex Partnership University Trust, shares some thoughts on life on the inside of this most cherished institution. Throughout my career the NHS has gone through more changes than I could ever have envisioned – organisational, structural and…Continue Reading