One of the most exciting aspects of the coaching tools we share here at One of many is the way they support women facing almost any challenge you can think of – and today I’d love to introduce you to a coach using them to support women in some of the toughest of circumstances. Anna […]
Many of us experience coaching or mentoring as a one-on-one relationship. You might have had a coach to support you at a certain point in your career, or when you faced a particular challenge in your life. But the impact coaches have goes way beyond their individual clients. Here are 5 ways women’s coaches are […]
I have spent the last 13 years helping people of all ages overcome their fears and insecurities so that they can step out of the shadows and achieve big things, without changing who they really are. I'm writing a new book called Shy and Mighty, (published by Quercus) as well as a book about shyness for kids.
I’ve travelled the world, speaking at international conferences, and have appeared in the Guardian, Radio 4, Entrepreneur.com, The Telegraph, The Independent, HR Magazine and on BBC Radio London.
To find out more about Nadia's work, check out her website and join the shy revolution at www.shyandmighty.com
I buy an ice cream and find a nice shady spot on a wall, by the edge of the road. The sun is beating down, and my ice cream is in danger of melting if I don’t eat it quickly. I smell them before I see them. The wave of body odour hits me in […]
Thea's mission is to help women feel at peace with themselves - because only then can they make their biggest and boldest contributions to their families, communities and the world.
- Guest post: The truth about being a coach in 2020 - November 19, 2020
- Guest blog: Perfectionist or bitch? - October 15, 2020
- Guest post: 7 daily strategies to reduce overwhelm - August 13, 2019
There’s that word again. “It just feels so overwhelming.” My client is struggling with the emotion bubbling up within her, the tears so long held back, now snaking down her cheeks. Part of her is relieved to be in such a safe space and finally be able to express her worries, her sadness, her fears…and […]
Ali Kakande is one of many women in our community making a big difference in her corner of the world. So when she reached out recently to share her Carib Eats project, we were intrigued to find out more. Her story of grassroots leadership exemplifies so much of what we’re all about here at One […]
When I first discovered that the Parliamentary Women and Equalities Committee here in the UK was calling for evidence about the unequal impact of Covid19 on different groups of people (eg: women; Black and Minority Ethnic groups; people living with disabilities or long term illnesses; people undergoing gender reassignment; members of the LGBTQ community) I […]
Burnout effects those in the caring professions more than any other. Is it possible for doctors, nurses and healthcare workers to support the NHS without burning out? And what lessons might they have for all of us juggling the competing demands of roles we’re passionate about, in high-pressured environments? During this time of unprecedented change, […]
During this time of unprecedented change, we’ve been humbled and inspired to see how graduates of the One of Many programs are applying their tools to navigate the difficulties we’re all facing. So, over the next week or so, we’ll be sharing some truly inspiring interviews with women whose leadership is helping steer their families, […]
In times of crisis, leadership and communication go hand in hand. Which is why I’m so thrilled to introduce you to someone with a wealth of expertise in both. Meet our guest panellist at our March, 2020 “Clarity in Chaos” livestream conference – Rod Cartwright. Rod is a senior independent advisor specialising in issues management, […]
As a former stockbroker and self described “modern witch”, Valerie Schlegel Stettler is a living example of the many different facets women leaders can embody. Today, the One of many Certified Trainer and in-house coach shares her journey to authentic leadership on her own terms, as well giving us a peek into her daily routine… […]