Victoria Johnson

People-driven Culture – Webinar

With or without your input and influence, your people drive your culture. They do this through the way in which they behave, interact, interpret and regard (or disregard) the frameworks that you put in place.

By taking a step back and thinking about your current culture and potentially the culture that you would like to create, you can harness your people to drive forward that organisational change.

The Power of Vulnerability in Leadership: How Authenticity Drives Success

Authenticity and vulnerability are powerful tools for driving success. Vulnerability in leadership is not about weakness or lack of confidence. Rather, it involves being open, honest, and transparent about your limitations, uncertainties, and mistakes. It’s about acknowledging that leaders, like everyone else, are human. This approach dismantles the façade of perfection, making leaders more relatable …

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5 Simple Ways to Build a Culture of Feedback: Encouraging Growth and Development

5 Simple Ways to Build a Culture of Feedback: Encouraging Growth and Development In an organisation moving from startup to scale-up mode, creating an organisational culture in which your people feel confident to stretch outside of their comfort zone can be a game-changer. Constructive feedback is the lifeblood of progress, enabling individuals and teams to …

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Hidden Influence: Utilising Working Preferences to Shape Organisational Culture

Flexibility has become possibly the biggest workplace theme to emerge post-pandemic with people looking for greater balance in working hours, days and location but many organisations still overlook flexibility in relation to work styles and preferences. Identifying and working with peoples individual preferences can be a simple way to unlock your people’s potential and motivation …

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Demystifying Leadership Coaching: Your FAQs Answered

Leadership coaching has become an integral part of professional development, helping individuals unlock their full potential and navigate the complexities of leadership roles. As the demand for coaching services continues to rise, so do the questions surrounding this transformative practice. Here are a few of the frequently asked questions that I get asked to help …

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First Time Managers: 5 Essential Pieces of Advice for First-Time Managers without an HR Team

Stepping into a managerial role without the support of a dedicated HR team can be both exciting and challenging. As you navigate the intricacies of managing people, here are five key pieces of HR advice tailored for first-time managers flying solo: In the absence of an HR team, effective communication becomes even more crucial. Establish …

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The ‘Alternative Leader’ Series: The Reluctant Leader

Leadership is often associated with charisma, decisiveness, and an unwavering sense of direction, however, not every leader fits this stereotype. Some find themselves in leadership roles not out of a burning desire for power, but rather due to circumstances or a sense of responsibility. These individuals are the reluctant leaders, navigating the complexities of leadership …

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