Happy New Year


7th January, 2019

Happy New Year and thank you for taking a moment to read our first article of 2019.

The turn of the year is a great opportunity to reflect on our own highlights from the previous year. To remind ourselves of the people and things that made us laugh or cry, feel inspired or challenged. The experiences that made us grateful and the learning we want to take into this new year. Looking back can be hugely beneficial to our personal and professional development, providing we use every insight to move forward resourcefully. 

You will find many of the TwentyOne team’s reflections and learnings from 2018 in our catalogue of weekly articles.

We are immensely grateful to everyone who read, shared and contacted us throughout the year in response to what we had written.

5 articles from 2018

To start this year’s articles, I asked our the team to choose the ones they found most useful and created most interested in 2018. It was a harder task than I anticipated as there were so many that could have made the list! In the end, we chose these five:

Our commitment and a request

In 2019, we make the same commitment to write a new article every week to help our community be better leaders. To help every reader coach, lead and inspire their teams and families brilliantly well.  To help you make the year ahead the best one yet.

So there are 50 more articles to come this year.  If you have a request or an idea for a topic you would like us to write about, we would love to hear from you.  Contact us at engage@twentyoneleadership.com.  We promise to respond to every request and let you know when we can satisfy your wish.

Article Author: Brian Lumsdon


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