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Thriving in the extreme world of digital marketing

Nowadays, it is rare to find a brand or company with no online presence. With the world of commerce…


Sue Stockdale Ltd featured in Coaching Top 50

We were delighted to be included in CV Magazine's Coaching Top 50 for 2017, as one of the companies…


5 reasons why people are successful at working from home

There are a growing number of workers in the UK who opt to work from home. According to a new…


5 major mistakes entrepreneurs make when planning their exit

This month, we are delighted to include a guest post from Jock Purtle is a successful internet…


Top tips for doing business globally

As an entrepreneur, knowing how to interact in a global environment is vital.    Whilst it might…


Time saving tools for busy people

We are all so busy these days that having business tools that save us time can be really useful.…


What does it take to achieve success?

According to a recent study there are ten common attributes required to make it to the top.  The…


Getting ready for the New Year

Why do so many people set themselves goals in January? The new year is a great excuse to start…


What to wear at work

Here is a guest post about what to wear at work: Regardless of your work environment or business…


How role models and mentors play a role in your success

Recently I heard from an old business contact of mine, Pat Denzler, who spent 30 years in the…


Discipline and self-leadership

It's late in the day and you have to get to your pilates class, and yet again you are running late.…


What I learned about human behaviour at the WPO conference

Last month at annual Women Presidents Organisation conference, held in Baltimore, USA, I learned…


How Does Risk Affect Your Leadership Performance?

Risk: Leadership and Empowerment webinar - 9th March Register now for our live webinar at 2pm on…


How adventure prepares you to be an entrepreneur

ADVENTURE: a bold, usually risky undertaking; hazardous action of uncertain outcome; participation…


Observing from a new vantage point

I recently returned from a trip to Antarctica onboard a luxury cruise ship where I had the…


My top 3 books about leadership and coaching for 2015

As another year comes to an end I thought about which books I have particularly enjoyed this year,…


Building sustainability into the supply chain

Recently, I spent a week as an Advisor with Caplor Horizons helping to facilitate the Effective…


Effective leadership in the charity sector

Effective leadership is vital within an organisation if it wants to get the best from its people.…


30 ways to stay motivated when you work from home

When working from home you can sometimes feel isolated. So it is vital to be able to motivate…


Successfully managing transition

Imagine the situation. It’s the first week of your new job and you are excited to be starting work…


No connection - how wonderful!

Last year I visited Ajaccio in Corsica and was surprised how difficult it was to be able to access…


Are you speaking the right language for your audience?

As women in our day to day business, it likely that we will engage with men - as employees,…


Risk: All that Matters

Risk is all around us, and impacts us in many different ways. Typically people assess risk based on…


5 resolutions for 2015

As another year ends and I focus on 2015, it is a reminder to reflect on what has inspired me this…


Different types of coaching

As coaching becomes more prevalent in the workplace, it can be useful to distinguish between the…


Leadership Styles from Around the World

This is a guest post from the Brighton School of Business and Management highlighting different…


In what type of environment are you operating at your best?

I was recently on a walk with my dogs when we came across some pheasants.  Immediately, the dogs…


What trainers can learn from motor sport driving instructors

Imagine the situation.   You are sitting in the passenger seat of a high performance car, with…


Infographic showing the rise of Women in Business

Businesswomen do not get as much credit as they should. The rise of women within the business…


How women entrepreneurs can advance using sponsorship

I was recently attended an event run by Full Potential Group on the Future of Male and Female…


Sustaining success in a changing world

It is hard to capture the essence of the Women President's Organisation conference this year, which…


Potential opportunities for majority women owned businesses

Potential opportunities for majority women owned businesses WEConnect International is a…


Two members of the WPO London Chapter honoured at Enterprising Women of the Year Awards

Karen Emanuel and Sherry Moran, both members of the Women President’s Organisation (WPO)’s London…


To the limits and beyond

Sue Stockdale's latest book celebrating her adventures Sue Stockdale's adventures began in 1988…


Are you speaking the wrong language to a different generation?

With the workplace becoming increasingly diverse in terms of the ages that are represented, it is…


Sue Stockdale receives Global Coaching Leadership Award

Sue Stockdale was honoured to receive a Global Coaching Leadership Award recently at the World HRD…


Why wearing a hoodie can help you get ahead in your career

Hoodies get a bad name. We often associate them with youths of a certain age - or worn by sports…


Ski 4 Cancer Across Greenland In The Montane Polar Iceman

Are you looking for the ultimate charity ski challenge this winter? Ski across North-East Greenland…


Take the Cable Car View to Solve your Issues

Last year we went skiing and every morning, on the 15 minute journey up the mountain in the cable…


Making Change a Habit

Every morning the first thing I do is take my dogs for a walk.  And every day we go a different…


My Most Inspiring Books of 2013

As we end the year, I have been writing up my continuing professional development (CPD) log for the…


What really counts as a leader when striving to achieve tough goals

Imagine the scenario.   It’s minus forty degrees and the wind is blowing straight into your face.…


The Great Coaching Challenge

Tonight the final episode of BBC's Great British Bake Off is aired on TV.  It is designed to find…


3 ways to make your clients feel special

Last week I popped into my favourite shoe shop in London where I have bought some shoes in the…


Sue Stockdale takes on role as patron for Ski 4 Cancer

Sue Stockdale, Britain’s first women to reach the Magnetic North Pole on skis, has been named as…


5 ways to get people to ask for your business card at a networking event

Over the years I have been to a lot of networking events, where pushy people spend a few minutes…


Lessons learned from going to the edge

I was recently delivering a series of lectures on a cruise ship about the various polar…


Venture Scotland - a role model in valuing diversity

Organisations that aim to have more inclusivity and diversity would do well to spend a day with the…


Robert Dilts, Pilar Godino, Tony Nutley

Leadership is......

I was recently on a programme about leadership being run by Robert Dilts and Pilar Godino, where…


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Lean In - when opportunity meets preparation

Are you a lucky person?  Do you find yourself in the right place at the right time?  Seneca, a…


Dealing with stressors to regain equilibrium

We all have stressors that can become apparent when our natural Personality preference is not met.…


push your boundaries

Factors that help you push your boundaries

Last week  I gave a presentation for the Association for Coaching on Pushing your Boundaries.  It…


Are you are risk taker?

Risk Taking vs. Fear - which wins?

Risk taking is something that is a natural part of work and life.  For some it may seem risky to…


Traits or Types? Different types of personality assessment tools

Personality assessments or psychometrics as they are sometimes known, are the branch of psychology…