NewSky Consulting Blog KAT'S CHATS

NewSky Consulting Blog Kat's Chats

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INTERESTING PERSPECTIVES, USEFUL TIPS AND ALL THINGS LEADERSHIP, TEAMS, SYSTEMS AND BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT

So, you're looking to enhance your leadership skills, build a happy and engaged team that's committed to success, or get your business running like a well-oiled machine. Well, it's fair to say that you might need a helping hand along the way.

It's perfectly normal for business owners, leaders or managers to feel out of their depth as their businesses grow or their careers progress. However, the leaders who really shine are the ones who know when it's time to ask for help. Now, you might not be ready for help from a business coach, and that's OK. The purpose of my NewSky Consulting Blog, or what I refer to as 'Kat's Chats', is to give you some of my coaching expertise, experience and advice all wrapped up in easy-to-digest posts. Here, you'll find helpful tips and actions that you can take to help you achieve your business or leadership goals.

I hope you enjoy! When you're ready for that next step, book a free Clarity Session, and we'll discuss how I can support your journey. I'd love to hear from you.

Leadership is a Game

Connected Leadership is a Game Every great team is made up of not just talented, motivated and committed individuals, but of individuals who apply their leadership of self in a way that adds value to the work of the collective group. Bill Beswick, the Author of “One Goal”, and renowned...

How Leadership Impacts the Customer Experience

Have you ever had a CHEERS experience? If you know the TV Sitcom Series “Cheers” then you understand what Im talking about. Yes, that’s the one - “where everybody knows your name”. We all seek out that place, that experience where we feel like we belong, we feel welcomed, cared...

Setting Boundaries that Work in 3 Steps

Have you ever approached a new year afraid that it is going to be the same as the year you just had? That nothing will change? Does the thought of another year like the last fill you with dread, irritation or sadness? Are your boundaries working for you? Well, that’s...

NDIS and Quality Audit

I don't know about you, but this NDIS Transition is quite a ride!!! My latest experience with the NDIS is that of having my NFP's first external Quality Audit process that includes the new requirements as an NDIS Provider. And I'm pleased to say that not only did we survive,...

Dealing with Disappointing Change in your Not for Profit

That BIG change in your sector is finally here. You know the one I’m talking about.  The one that you’ve been preparing for all this time, the one that you have strategized over, worried about, nurtured your team through, supported those you serve to be as “ready” as possible for....

That Dirty “P” Word in not-for-profit

This month on the blog I want to talk dirty...Lets talk about that dirty  “p” word in not-for-profit – PROFIT. Some months ago I posted a live facebook session sharing my experience within the not for profit sector on the notion of “profit”. I was particularly interested in the topic...

Not-for-Profits – Its a Matter of Trust

The biggest issue in our not-for-profit and community sector is not lack of funding or resources – but a lack of TRUST. Trust - reliance on the integrity, strength, ability, surety, etc., of a person or thing; confidence. I have observed the wearing away of trust in my NFP sector over...

Learning to Speak my Truth

I believe that being a good leader means being able to stand in your truth; and in doing so, inviting others to stand in theirs. A big part of standing in your truth is being able to speak your truth. Learning to stand in my truth has required me to...

My 2017 Planning Process

A little while ago I did my planning for 2017 and posted a photo of it on my facebook page saying that I would let you know how I went about it. If you haven’t already started to make some goals and plans for yourself or your organisation for this...

How to celebrate and reflect on the year that was

The countdown is on to the end of the year.  And for our not for profit organisations this time of year can be met with joy and elation at the thought of holidays and time spent with family, and/or dread and a gearing up for the sad side of the...

How to cope with rapid change as a Not for Profit Leader

We are in a massive phase in the Human Services Sector of rapid and significant change, at a level that challenges the Not for Profit leader and manager. It challenges us to empower up, get clear on purpose, show courage and take action. All of which requires us to be vulnerable,...

How to create flow in your not-for-profit

Lately in your  not-for-profit leadership, when you have been asked “how are you?” or “how are things going?” do you find yourself saying things like "Stop the world I want to get off", “Sooo busy!”, “It’s frantic”, “So much going on” or “I can’t keep up” ? These are all...

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