Windsor Leadership’s Simon Whitbread reflects on our 2023 Question Time Event which was held at the IET London: Savoy Place on 17th October.
Keith Leslie is Chair at Samaritans in UK & Ireland and Chair of Mental Health At Work CIC, writing and speaking on leadership and mental health. He is a former Partner at Deloitte and McKinsey, advising on complex organisational transformations for the Government & Charity sectors.
Tuesday 10th October is World Mental Health Day and each year the focus is set by the Mental Health Foundation. The purpose of the day is to raise awareness of mental health, helping to drive positive change for everyone’s mental health and this year the theme is ‘mental health is a universal human right’...
To celebrate International Women in Engineering Day we’d like to share with you a blog written by Captain Caroline Dix MBE. Caroline explores the fact that the number of women engineers in the UK are ‘falling behind the rest of the world’ and what we can do to encourage girls and women to study, and work, in STEM subjects.
Alum and Facilitator, Sadie Visick, explores leadership and mental health and what we can do to support ourselves, as well as other leaders who may be experiencing poor mental health.
Windsor Leadership’s Simon Whitbread considers just how complex our personal and organisational values can be, and how a better understanding of them, can help us engage with an organisation on a deeper level.
The 'Golden Rule', as it was named in the 17th century, extols the concept of reciprocity in our dealings with others - 'treat others as you would like others to treat you'. It can also be expressed as, 'do not treat others in ways that you would not like to be treated yourself'.
Rachel Mortimer, Leadership and Development Coach, delves into the reasons why we de-prioritise ourselves at work and how we can take action to help our future selves.
David is founding partner of property investment brokerage Ereira Mendoza and Life President of Norwood, a charity supporting children, adults and families facing challenges in their lives due to learning disabilities or autism.
Jo has recently returned from a three year posting as HM Consul General (Guangzhou, China) for the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office, having worked for the British government for over 20 years. In her most recent blog, she provides insights into how to create a inclusive and productive working environment for a multi-generational workforce.
Louise is Legal & Compliance Director at Deloitte Fast Fifty company Distributed. In this blog, Louise opens up about tackling imposter syndrome and discovering meaning and purpose in leadership roles.
Our Leadership Academy Director, Simon Whitbread, delves into the findings from last month's flagship event and provides his insightful reflections.