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Welcome to Next Leadership

Our mission is to transform global leadership from the ‘inside out’ and to equip leaders to serve well in both today’s and tomorrow’s world.


Our values are:

  • connection through prioritising relationships
  • clarity by simplifying complex issues
  • convergence which draws together diverse strands

We will prepare you for new paradigms, fresh possibilities and of course, the shift to your next leadership!

Next Leadership programmes

We design bespoke leadership development solutions and currently deliver 4 flagship programmes:

Monthly Reflections

  • Three Streams, One River

    February 2017

    So close to the beginning of a new year I want to share the following key themes that are increasingly important to me.  For a variety of reasons they have always deeply resonated with my life, work and ministry, perhaps more so in this season than ever before, which is why I’m taking the time […]

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    Seize the Day!

    January 2017

    Here we are again… at the turning point of a new year.  We find ourselves looking both ways… back over the past year, and ahead to the future before us.  The prophet Isaiah draws our attention and calls us to action, at this significant moment. “Forget about what’s happened; don’t keep going over old history.  […]

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  • Are you paying attention?

    December 2016

    Noooooooooooo…oh! What? Really?! Him? You couldn’t predict the result, the final outcome. (No. I’m not referring to the US Presidential election!) But it’s all there, foretold in scripture, The Arrival, the long anticipated Coming. Who would have thought… that God would choose the least likeliest of people, an ordinary teenager, virgin, unmarried, to give birth […]

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    Leading Lights

    November 2016

    Picture the scene…  a 76 year old Sikh grandmother lying in a hospital bed.   She doesn’t speak English and is illiterate.   Through interpretation and translation, she is told that she has to have an emergency operation for a quadruple bypass, or she will die…   Interestingly, she is peaceful and calm when she […]

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  • Ten Myths About Domestic Abuse You Didn’t Know You Believed: Part 2

    October 2016

    Abuse is the choice of a person, usually a man statistically (but not exclusively), to undermine the personhood of his partner, girlfriend, wife.[1]  This may include putting her down and devaluing her, isolating and controlling her, making her feel she is going mad, scaring and intimidating her, using her children against her, lying to her […]

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    Ten Myths About Domestic Abuse You Didn’t Know You Believed: Part 1

    September 2016

    Most Christians agree that abuse [1] is wrong. Don’t we? Rarely (it does happen) does anyone decree, at least blatantly, that a person should endure abuse by their partner, and if they do, most of us look reasonably horrified at the suggestion. The majority of Christians agree that abuse should not happen. And yet, abuse […]

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  • Dear Egalitarian Man With A Platform

    August 2016

    Dear Egalitarian Man With A Platform, I value your commitment to women’s full participation in the body of Christ. But your egalitarian values seem hollow when you stand on a platform full of men. They seem hollow when there are no women (or maybe a token woman) speaking beside you. It’s great that you talk […]

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    Masculinities, Femininities, and Socialisation

    July 2016

    A couple of years ago I sat in a café with a man talking about masculinities.  One of the things he said has stuck with me.  “But what do you say to a 6 year old boy who asks, ‘Mummy what does it mean to be a boy?’”  At the time I had a 6 […]

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My leadership journey

Video stories from the private, public, voluntary, charity and church sectors.

 

We support

Next Leadership is committed to holistic transformation. Each year, we donate a proportion of our finances, time and/or talent to those seeking to make a positive and lasting difference to individuals, organisations and wider society.

What you’re saying

  • Coaching provided a non-judgemental space for me to reflect on our Church vision and strategic objectives. It also had a hugely positive impact on the way I lead and relate to others.

    Senior Minister, Church

    Coaching

  • The whole day has truly challenged me. I am at a level where I need to step up but I was trying to step down. Thank you all for sharing.  More please!

    General Testimonial

  • You were worth waiting for and we really appreciate you coming down to be with us.

    Church worker, Worthing

    General Testimonial

  • I have been made to feel very welcome on the day

    General Testimonial

  • Thank you it has been really excellent including lovely food!

    General Testimonial

  • Every time we meet I come away challenged and encouraged.

    Church leadership team member

    General Testimonial

  • Just days after the programme ended I was selected for a change management project role in a global organisation. The clarity I’d gained through coaching to make this choice was essential and I am now steps closer to my true vocation. Thanks again.

    Manager, Charity

    Coaching

  • I am now better, stronger, empowered and focused – holistic transformation!!  Being mentored has been life changing…

    Head of Department, Public

    Mentoring

  • Thank you, it was invaluable!

    General Testimonial

  • Mentoring has given me a safe place to say it as it is and ultimately it is helping me realise my God-given potential. It’s definitely worth it!

    Regional leader, Church

    Mentoring

  • The shared days have definitely played a part in the increased sense of emotional health and well-being I have experienced over the last 18 months – which have been a very significant time for me.

    7 Deadly Sins of Women in Leadership

  • So refreshing to have input from different leadership styles/sectors/age ranges

    General Testimonial

  • It has made me question my reasons for coming to particular decisions looking further into myself to re- discover some of my underlying values which I may have ignored before.

    7 Deadly Sins of Women in Leadership

  • Thank you so much for coming… I believe the Lord gave you the message for our church!

    Church Secretary

    General Testimonial

  • Excellent speakers – the range was helpful

    General Testimonial

  • Awesome day – thank you so much for inviting me to be a part of it

    General Testimonial

  • I appreciate the spiritual wisdom, discernment and sense, which are always evident in our meetings.

    Church leadership team member

    General Testimonial

  • Brilliant! I was unsure how useful coaching would be at this stage of my career. The process has been very challenging but I am now making a more positive contribution to my team and the wider organisation in my leadership role.

    Director, Private

    Coaching

  • The response from your visit has been great! The feedback from the women has been really positive.

    Women’s group leader

    General Testimonial

  • Excellent presenters… coming from a non-church background it was really enlightening for me to hear bible stories and how they related to leadership – it made me curious to find out more.

    7 Deadly Sins of Women in Leadership

Testimonials