A new season of great conversations

This photo of a suspension footbridge leading straight ahead through a forest to a glowing dawn illustrates the theme of purpose-led leadership taking us to a better future.I trust this finds you well and thriving as the new season comes in.

There is a real sense of a ‘new term’ starting so I wish you every success with your own new directions.

Over recent years, my own leadership work has started to take a more defined shape. To help build a bridge to a better future for us all, I am working with leaders, teams and organisations in the following three ways:

  • Great conversations —  Speak authentically, listen respectfully and engage with our heart as well as our head.
  • Meaningful relationships — Build trust, create partnerships and dissolve silos so that aligned action emerges.
  • Purpose-led leadership — Enable leaders to serve wholeheartedly something larger than themselves. Create value for all stakeholders in the wider ecosystem.

Crossing the bridge to new leadership

If you’d like to read more about my latest thinking about leadership, I’ll be writing more short pieces about these topics. It would be great to hear what you think so please do leave a comment.

I’m delighted to be leading several leadership programmes in the next few months. To find out more, click the links below:

Leading Systemic Dialogue

10th – 11th October, London
How to design and hold safe spaces for a different kind of conversation. Find out more

Power in Place

1-2nd November, London
How to align leadership with undervalued feminine capacities to optimise impact. Find out more

Leading Purposeful Organisations

7-9th November, London
How to activate purpose-led leadership in your organisation. Find out more

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  1. Brian
    Brian says:

    Sarah

    Great to hear from you again

    The London CwG Group would welcome you back as a guest speaker some time in the near future

    Regards

    Brian
    Facilitator London CwG Group

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