Why Leaders Need to Cut Themselves Some Slack (and How to Do It)

By Ben Colvin, US Partner Coach, New York Raise your hand if you have a case of crisis fatigue. Let’s face it, who doesn’t? The pandemic. Global conflicts. Economic uncertainties. Mass layoffs. And that’s only a few of the headline-grabbing crises we’ve faced over the past few years.   Human beings are set up to handle temporary high-stress sit ...


How to Get Women to the Top of their Career Ladders

Virtual workshops: 8.30 am 22 nd September and 12 Noon 28 th September Women are still underrepresented at senior levels in many organisations despite many years of focus on achieving gender parity.  So what helps women progress and what role can business leaders, line managers and women themselves play? In this session, we will hear from Janet Ha ...


Research Paper: Learning to Lead

We are pleased to provide a link to our paper titled ‘Learning to Lead’ , based on research we have undertaken over the last 18 months which included questionnaires and in depth 1:1 interviews with established leaders in the finance and professional services sectors. The paper covers the following areas: Overview including the significance of emotion ...


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 ...


Leading with Imposter Syndrome (webinar recording)

Another great session on 10th September 2020 with Marjorie Ngwenya, Executive Coach, author and Non-Executive Director, Luba Nikulina of Willis Towers Watson, and David Piltz of Buck, discussing and sharing their insights on Leading with Imposter Syndrome.

All successful in their own right, the panellists were completely transparent about their personal experiences; how and when they have suffered from Imposter Syndrome, and what they do to manage the phenomenon.