RSS
Like us on Facebook
Like us on Facebook
Visit us at LinkedIn
Google+
https://indigo-leadership.org/tag/dignity">
Follow by Email

Tag: dignity

Hosting

Hosting

St Thomas is a gloomy looking Victorian church in the depths of Southeast London. You’d be unlikely to walk past it unless you were heading directly there. Close by are estates of social housing, terraces of Victorian houses and if you know the area, a […]

“The leader’s role is to set the stage not perform on it”

“The leader’s role is to set the stage not perform on it”

When I was about fourteen, I realise with hindsight, that my Dad (pictured with me – he’s 90 and still going strong!) changed the way he parented me.  In fact, there was something of a transformation.  From telling me what to do, nagging me about my […]

The Wonders of Body Language

The Wonders of Body Language

Women, prick up your ears.  When you stand like Wonder Woman for two minutes (legs slightly apart, arms akimbo, head up, back straight, body balanced) it changes your internal feelings of power and control.   Your testosterone levels increase and your cortisol decreases helping you feel more able and more […]

2,000 Voices Strong

2,000 Voices Strong

Anyone who has been following my blogs for a while will know that I love choirs and choral music.  Choirs move me, they inspire me.   It’s not just the joyous, haunting, energetic sound that they can produce.  It’s that sense of camaraderie, connection, synergy that […]

I am what I am

I am what I am

Diva, Gloria Gaynor, belts out “I am what I am” (click the link for a blast of Gloria) – don’t you just love this hymn to self-love, belief and confidence? So much feedback at work revolves around fixing your faults, making yourself better, squeezing yourself […]

Walk in a person’s footsteps quietly

Walk in a person’s footsteps quietly

“Walk in a person’s footsteps quietly Walk in a person’s footsteps singing Walk in the footsteps” Yoko Ono’s short verse sits simply in the centre of a plain white wall in a gallery that is flooded with Summer light. How often have I walked in […]