About the blog

Welcome to 3minuteleadership.org and thanks for visiting.
Over the last few years, I have been observing different forms of leadership and management and thinking about what works in today’s workplace.

Striving to be a good leader myself and create an environment where individuals can thrive, I have spent much time pondering how to help people to achieve and deliver to the best of their ability.

Through this site, I plan to share leadership lessons in bitesize chunks of 3 minutes or less.  I hope that the blog can provide a space for likeminded people to share thoughts and ideas on leadership for the 21st Century.

By doing this, I hope that we can change the way we lead and transform the workplace, developing people that are inspired and empowered to make a difference in the world.


About the elephants…

I’ve chosen the elephant image because the matriarch influences the herd more than any other.  With a quiet and confident leadership style, she sets the direction and allows others to follow.



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  1. Hi just discovered your blog – love your posts well done for doing this and making the change in your life I hope it’s going well. I am also a big fan of Mhairi Black and previously enjoyed reading Drive so had to laugh when I saw your other posts! Same wavelength I think. Matriarch elephants, like it.


      1. Hi! I stumbled across it but I must have followed a link on twitter I think? I’d be interested to hear your thoughts on women in leadership – challenges and opportunities to increase participation of women in leadership roles in Wales..


      2. Certainly I can do that! I’ve spent the last 7 years with an organisation promoting and developing women’s leadership and my own experiences have given me some good insight too. Coming you way soon 🙂


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