11 Time Management Tips

By kerri.price | June 20, 2022

How to manage time is one of the most common challenges we hear when working with teams, not just leaders. And while there is usually some deeper beliefs or behaviours that need addressing, having regular time management practices can help. Which of these disciplines will work best, depends on your individual strengths and working style. […]

Your Unique Leadership Style

By kerri.price | June 20, 2022

People lead in different ways, and contrary to popular belief, even great leaders are not great at everything. Understanding your unique leadership style means you know where you shine, and you know where you need support. And the more you understand yourself, the easier it is to understand your team. When thinking about your unique […]

The Importance of One on One Meetings

By kerri.price | May 31, 2022

Regular team meetings are an important part of ensuring your team’s success and most leaders understand the benefit that team meetings bring. However, when it comes to meeting with team members one-on-one, often managers struggle to see the value. As a result, one-on-one meetings get de-prioritised for more urgent (or seemingly important) work. Before you […]

Clear Expectations

The Importance of Clear Expectations

By kerri.price | May 30, 2022

Providing clear expectations for your team is an essential part of leading well, yet so often managers beat-around-the-bush for fear of being seen as bossy or demanding. Instead of making a clear request with “Can you please…”, managers often lead with “I’d love it if you could…” Instead of saying “I expect you to…”, they […]

Enabling Performance

By kerri.price | May 2, 2022

If you are leading a team, part of your role is to manage performance. That means, it’s your job to ensure people are not only doing their job, but doing their job well. Often performance management is talked about when things go wrong, but in reality, managing performance means setting people up for success right […]


Do you really value Innovation?

By kerri.price | May 2, 2022

Over the years, I’ve worked with many organisations that claim Innovation as a core value. Yet, when I ask them how their teams demonstrate innovation in action, they often draw a blank. In other words, they like the idea of innovation, they’re just not sure what it looks like in practice. If you want your […]

7 Lessons I Hope I’ve Taught My Children

By kerri.price | March 28, 2022

Living life in line with your core values is essential for your emotional wellbeing, but consciously identifying those values can be more difficult than it sounds. One way to bring those values to the surface is to write a list of lessons you hope your children (or nieces, or nephews, or friends children) have learned […]

Time Management – Managing Interruptions

By kerri.price | February 28, 2022

Interruptions are a part of any working day, and in many cases, what we deem as interruptions are actually an important part of our work. The key to working productively is recognising which interruptions require an immediate response and which are simply distractions. Regardless of your role, finding the balance between people-focus and task-focus can […]


Five Lessons in Self-Care

By kerri.price | February 9, 2022

I haven’t always been great at self-care. In fact, in 2006 my lack of self-care resulted in stroke like symptoms that no one could diagnose. After months of scans and tests, it was decided that my intermittent seizures were stress induced, and the only way to stop them was to take better care of myself. […]


Growing a Solutions-Focussed Team

By kerri.price | January 30, 2022

I’m often asked how leaders can encourage their team to be more solution-focussed. In fact, “I wish my team would bring me solutions, not just problems”, usually comes right after “I just wish my team would do their job”. Thankfully, encouraging your team to be more solution-focussed is relatively simple—and the changes required are completely […]