05/04/2021

News: Leadership Videos

Over the last 12 months we’ve held several webinars relating to leadership and its role within organisations. These include: · What makes an Inclusive leader? · Leading with Imposter Syndrome · Developing as a Leader: Reading, Reflecting or Role Models? · Developing Strategic Leadership to Navigate VUCA · Organisational Culture · Developing and Ext ...

26/03/2021

Developing Culture Webinar Recording 15th December 2020

As part of the Learn 2 Leap programme for the Scottish Actuarial Community we faciltiated a webinar on 15th December 2020 where we explored what culture is, its inextricable link to leadership and the challenges and solutions to creating a culture that supports organisational performance.

Our panel was made of of the following experienced leaders:

25/03/2021

ICAS Leadership Coaching Programmes – open to members and non-members

We are delighted to be partnering with ICAS in offering two leadership development programmes: one for Aspiring Leaders and one for Executives.   Both provide a mix of group sessions and 1:1 coaching: The Group Coaching Sessions offer participants: time to think and reflect a supportive and confidential virtual environment for personal growth an op ...

28/01/2021

Start the Week with a Relaxed, Focussed Mind

Our Associate, John McCormick and his business partner James McDade of Aristos, are experienced in meditation and run a free virtual mindfulness session at 8am every Monday morning.  Each session runs for around 20 minutes and consists of a short Mindfulness practice preceded by a relevant topic for the week. If you would like to join us please sign ...

27/11/2020

Creating & Leading a High Performing Team

By Russell Borland and Thomas Chalmers A version of this article first appeared in the book ‘Legal leadership: a handbook for future success’ published by the Ark Group in 2018. What do we mean by a High Performing Team? One way of providing a structure in differentiating between a group, team and high performing team is to consider each i ...