Post Archive — November 2015


Worker bee or inspiring leader

Author: Judith Bowtell   |   Date: 15/11/2015   |   Categories: Coaching, Leadership

Leadership is a different game from managing and doing. It is a way of being much more than a job title. Being a leader is about being willing to change yourself and others, as well as the world around you. If that excites and inspires you, create a little space and begin to explore the opportunities around you. Read more...


Do's and Don'ts of working with boards

Author: Judith Bowtell   |   Date: 07/11/2015   |   Categories: Inspiration, Leadership

If you are a leader (or aspiring leader) of an arts or not-for-profit organisation, you will be working with a board of directors. They can be your best asset or your worst nightmare. Based on more than 20 years of seeing boards from every angle, here are my top tips to strenghen this critical working relationship. Read more...


Risks of being over-programmed

Author: Judith Bowtell   |   Date: 01/11/2015   |   Categories: Balancing work and life, Coaching, Strategic Planning

Are you worried about burning out? Do you answer “busy” whenever anyone asks you how you are? Do you regularly work weekends and nights and eat lunch (if you get it) at your desk? Have you forgotten what it is like to have time to rest, reflect and simply play? Then you are probably “over-programmed”? Read more...


Case Studies

Megan Barlow

Albany Lane recently worked with Megan as she set up her new business venture.

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Libby Varcoe

Albany Lane has been working with Libby as she was transitioning through a career and life mid-point.

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