Leadership

Understanding yourself: stop holding back and become a better leader

Author: Judith Bowtell   |   Date: 14/03/2018   |   Categories: Coaching, Leadership, Making change, Mindfulness

When women come to me wanting to develop their leadership potential, the first thing I ask is, do I have permission to challenge them. This is a fundamental precept of coaching - a willingness to be open to feedback. Read more...


Why breaking resolutions is the best thing you can do.

Author: Judith Bowtell   |   Date: 21/01/2018   |   Categories: Balancing work and life, Career Development, Coaching, Decision Making, Inspiration, Intuition, Leadership, Leading in crisis, Making change, Mindfulness, Strategic Planning

When we are stuck making a change in our behaviour that we believe will benefit us, it is due to an underlying contradictory thought pattern or belief. Until this belief is challenged and resolved, we will constantly come up against it, leading us at risk of seeing ourselves as “failures” in this area of our life. Read more...


The Courage To Be Disliked

Author: Judith Bowtell   |   Date: 12/10/2017   |   Categories: Decision Making, Inspiration, Leadership, Leading in crisis, Making change, Mindfulness

Last time I was in Melbourne I bought two great books: one about the joys of minimalism which I brought home and promptly lost in the precarious piles of books and magazines that is our kitchen table. The other was about The Courage to be Disliked – a dialogue between philosopher and student that unpacks Adlerian psychology and gently guides us to move beyond our perceived limits. Read more...


What your (funding) partners want from you, but may be too polite to ask

Author: Judith Bowtell   |   Date: 17/09/2016   |   Categories: Career Development, Inspiration, Leadership, Strategic Planning

Great partnerships are more than a way to fund a project or fix your bottom line. They are the foundations by which you can take your work to the world, and maybe even change it a little bit for the better. Read more...


Bigger is not always better - the six key risks in growing your organisation

Author: Judith Bowtell   |   Date: 18/03/2016   |   Categories: Inspiration, Leadership, Strategic Planning

For arts organisations, bigger is often not better. Unless you are ready aiming high could just mean a heavier fall. Read more...


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