Mine’s over. Introducing my new business name ‘Head 4 Leadership’
What was wrong?
About 6 months ago, I was becoming more conscious of the incongruences between what I do and how others understand this. Social media had different headings, and my initial name – DS Consulting – reach new heights, began to not sit right with me. It described an outcome, not what I do!
I sent an email to my marketing guy, subject – Identity crisis!
Evolution prompts change
I have been running my business for nearly 9 years now. Those that know me, can find me and get what I do – leadership and neuroscience coaching.
At the begining I was known for Leadership Coaching. I have continued to progressed and build my qualifications, as we all do or can do in our careers. Neuroscience qualifications have been added over the last 6 years. This increases what I offer in knowledge and experience. Deeper understanding for why you think and feel like you do; to help you manage your neuroscience insights appropriately and developed them.
The evolution of my leadership work with neuroscience meant that a year ago I updated my logo (the same logo you see today). Since then, I knew I need to be a bit more ‘Ronseal’ and have a name that ‘does what it says on the tin’. Here’s why I am now trading as Head 4 Leadership.
(Only got my old contact details – no matter, you’ll be redirected!)
Being more ‘Ronseal’
Head 4 Leadership links up three concepts for what I do and what matters.
- Head 4 is directional, forward thinking and links to coaching that takes you from where you are, towards where you want to go.
- Head 4 also links to self management and the resilience needed for leading people, self and situations. All of which can trigger moments of expected and unexpected personal challenges that require you to be HeadStrong.
- Leadership is my passion, it’s a privilege. Doing it well, provides environments that are safe and thriving. This matters to me and those I aim to work with.
The mission of Head 4 Leadership
My mission had become clearer and that too prompted a need to change.
‘To influence leadership cultures to demonstrate courage and compassion’
Managing pressure, staying ‘clear thinking‘ and ‘keeping your head’ are all skills that enable just that. You’ll weigh up risks, make tough decisions and do what’s needed with calmness and empathy.
My thank you’s and gratitude go to this great set of people
- For being there being there to help my thinking, aligning my social media and project managing the change – Nick Shrimpton from Sixthsense Marketing
- For adapting my logo – @Tamsin Bell from Tamsin Rose Designs
- For updating my website – @David Woodroffe from The creative design studio
- For the sorting of the domain and email changeover – @Peter Bishop from Tek Solutions Ltd
This collaboration now means you can find me and connect with me, more easily.