Have you ever thought of feminine qualities as weak and masculine qualities as strong? Have you ever judged someone for expressing their feminine side at work or cringed on their behalf believing they wouldn’t be taken seriously? Hands up if you’re a woman who has deliberately suppressed your innate feminine qualities to get ahead (or just survive) in the workplace. Maybe you’d never dream of admitting to feeling horrendous once a month or give that as the honest reason for taking time off when the pain is overwhelming?
Group culture is a powerful force. According to a Harvard study of over 200 companies a strong culture increases net income by 765 percent over a 10-year period (Kotter and Heskett, 1992). “When properly aligned with personal values, drives, and needs, culture can unleash tremendous amounts of energy toward a shared purpose and foster an […]
Although Glastonbury Festival has never been something I’ve been excited about, in recent months I’ve repeatedly heard how much of a spiritual centre the town itself is. I’ve had several nudges from books I’ve been reading or conversations I’ve had and usually when you notice the signs, it’s time to take note.