Great leaders never stop learning and growing. Business and the environment we lead in never stops changing, nor do the people and teams that we lead, so why should we?
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How to manage your own emotions, and still care about Ukraine (or other events like it)
Social media and news outlets (including LinkedIn) are saturated with content, updates, articles, views and opinions about the Russia-Ukraine conflict. If you have family or friends in and around Ukraine or Russia, then kia kaha ōku ngā hoa - be...
5 Questions to ask, when leading your first team meeting of the year
In the next few weeks, most of us will hold our first team meeting of 2022. For many leaders, this might still be online. Given the year that’s just been, this first meeting can be an important tone-setter to ensure your team is in the right...
Leadership during crises: Tips from a proven leader
During COVID-19 more than ever, content and articles needed to add value to the reader, and there is nothing better than sharing real life ‘battle tested’ advice on leadership and crises. So, I decided it would be meaningful to collaborate with...
How we learn to be leaders
Leadership development is more than just knowing something new. It is about transforming your mindset and seeing the world through a different lens. Knowing is not the same as understanding. Understanding is not the same as applying. Applying is not the same as getting the desired outcomes
There is more leadership knowledge and information out there today than ever before. The Bridge will help you know what you need to know, in the context of your business and your people.
The Bridge approach is designed to help you understand and interpret new leadership skills in the context of your personality, your role and the unique time and environment you are operating in.
Applying in practice
Every step along the way, our focus is on doing. Whether that’s trying something new for the first time or pushing your leadership skills and capabilities to a new level. This is where the rubber meets the road.
Learning from mistakes
Leadership is a ‘contact sport’. You only know what works for you when you actually try it. The Bridge approach is designed to help you reflect and learn from your experience and develop your own style of leadership.
Your vision of where you want to be
is the greatest asset you have.
Find the solution that's right for you.
Knowing what leadership solutions you should invest time and money into is often the first battle.