5 Things to Consider for a Culture of Psychological Safety and Inclusion

5 Things to Consider for a Culture of Psychological Safety and Inclusion

Research has shown that the most important factor in effective team working and high performing teams is psychological safety – in other words, the security to take risks, be honest, and potentially mess up, knowing that you’re still ‘safe’ within your team. I’ve seen this…

How to support someone who’s grieving

How to support someone who’s grieving

Knowing what to say when someone you love loses someone they love can be incredibly hard.  You start typing out a text, then delete it.  You start to call, then hang up.  You want to say something profound and soothing, but all that comes out…

What actually IS coaching?

What actually IS coaching?

Full disclosure, when I started this whole coaching ‘journey’ I was too embarrassed to tell anybody about it.  I started out not training to be a coach, but receiving coaching.  Honestly, I was embarrassed I had a coach.  I was embarrassed I needed one.  I…

The Necessity of Imperfection

The Necessity of Imperfection

I’ve really been struggling with writing this second post.  Like, a lot.  For a few weeks.  I keep making excuses for myself couched in ‘self care’ language – it’s ok to take a break, I don’t have to rush and do everything all at once,…