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Leadership, love and hope

06 Apr 2021, Posted by Helena Clayton in Work as Love in Action

In the face of exhaustion, despair, pessimism and apathy, what role does hope play?  How can we connect ourselves and others to the felt sense and a belief that tomorrow could be better than today? How is cultivating a sense of hope a responsibility of…

Love as allyship

06 Mar 2021, Posted by Helena Clayton in Uncategorized, Work as Love in Action

I wrote this post for International Women’s Day 2021, for Deeper Leaders, a group of colleagues advocating for a kinder, fairer and more sustainable world.  Not fee-earning, we simply look for ways where we can promote these values in ways that are practical and useful…

Love and sacrifice

06 Jan 2021, Posted by Helena Clayton in Work as Love in Action

Exploring love and sacrifice … If asked, I imagine that you might define or describe love as being about others – meeting the needs of others, putting others first.  I’ve written before about love being a form of expansion, a reaching out to and for…

Love and joy

06 Dec 2020, Posted by Helena Clayton in Podcasts, Uncategorized

I don’t know about you, but these last 10 months have felt more like more hard work than delight.  More tight than loose.  More pressure than relaxation.  More laundry than ecstasy. When I talk with people in organisations the theme I get is about surviving-not-thriving…

‘Never let your heart get small’

07 Sep 2020, Posted by Helena Clayton in Work as Love in Action

Some years ago, I was working with a coaching/OD practice supervisor.  She was over 70,  and had a fabulously eclectic life and career that included being a mother, a nun and an academic. She taught me a lot.  But one thing in particular sticks. ‘Never…

Leadership or eldership?

02 Aug 2020, Posted by Helena Clayton in Work as Love in Action

What creates loving cultures in our organisations? What enables the conditions for love to thrive?  In my world of leadership development – and looking to develop our capacity to love – this post explores what the idea of eldership might offer us.  Whether we leaders…

Self love and our inner critic

05 Jul 2020, Posted by Helena Clayton in Work as Love in Action

I’ve been doing a fair bit of coaching with people on their ‘inner critic’ recently.  That work has prompted me to write this post and talk about self love. An interesting term to explore because when I began writing about love in organisations most people…

Love and anger

07 Jun 2020, Posted by Helena Clayton in Work as Love in Action

In my sessions with groups exploring love and leadership, I often bring us away from discussions about care and empathy and compassion to a different area all together. I bring us to a conversation about anger and its relationship with love, and with leadership. Largely,…

Designing for love

06 May 2020, Posted by Helena Clayton in Work as Love in Action

What if we designed for love? A word I’ve been using to describe how I’m feeling these days is suspension. I’m in a holding pattern. And I am mostly dealing with the day to day to day building blocks of exercising, making soup, working and…

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