Wasn’t expecting this from Informa Australia but really excited to be presenting on day one of the National Policing Summit in Melbourne in a little under 3 weeks time. Hear @shanemallorymc, Leadership, Culture & Creativity Speaker addressing "Is it Time to Fix the Fixers Framework?" at #Policing2019 https://t.co/1JMcllR3Cx pic.twitter.com/MEYxX09Rwn — Informa Australia (@Informa_Oz) August 6, 2019
It was so great to catch up on a webinar with Nicole Cox and Warwick ‘Waz’ Bidwell from Tradies in Business where they allowed me to present to their members about all things ‘leading’. In particular, we got to talk about my 3 steps to Being a leader even if you are the only one in the team. https://vimeo.com/351951693/663b86b622
I know that in my business there will be peaks and there will be troughs. Even though the troughs may at times feel like the deepest of trenches, it is these peaks that keep me going and reaffirm for me that my message is right, my message is strong, people want to hear my message and the giving back to the community pays itself forward, back to me in the long run.
As part of my membership with Ipswich Little Theatre, I am delivering two, weekend theatre workshops, in June (1st and 8th) at the City Council libraries in Ipswich and Springfield. I plan on answering everything you wanted to know about theatre but were afraid to ask. Why not come along and unleash your inner actor with expert advice on characterisation, breathing, projection and presence. Adults and Teens (13+ years). I can’t wait to deliver these Read more…
Showing humility is hard, especially for traditional leaders. Old power and old culture suggests that leaders are the ones that tell people what to do, they have answers. Humility can feel soft when times are hard and may make leaders appear vulnerable. Be here’s the thing. This is exactly humility’s virtue.