Lead with Meaning

Find your OWN Colourful Leadership

Lifelong Learning is all about growing. I believe we continue to grow through our whole Lives. Sometimes we need a good guide to Walk us Along for a while. To train, to advice and most important – to Listen carefully to YOU. 


Birgitta Bobergh founder of SteP Education, is a:

  • Trustworthy Advisor and international trainer in Leadership.
    Professional One-on-one trainings in seven StePs to experienced Leaders
  • Experienced Facilitator for Workshops & Meetings With Focus & Energy
  • Master Facilitator of greytogreen™ and worldwide certified Facilitator of LEGO®SERIOUSPLAY®

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Birgitta Bobergh with other persons words;
Genuine! Truly and righttrough honest. After our meetings I feel calm, clarified, often purified. Our meetings give me time to breathe, to reflect, to go deeper and wider in my Leadership. It gives me an overview over things I thought I knew before. Always someting with me. Small and big. Simplifies. ”New-creative-together”. Feeling of coming ”home”. Finding things again I forgot I knew. On a deeper level. MY Leadership is indeed colourful. MY Leadership is indeed Powerful and balanced with heart,  mind, soul and spirit.


Lead with meaning


MY Leadership is a one-on-one Leadershiptraining for experienced Leaders. Seven steps. Seven Meetings. Seven Themes. Seven Colours. To start with. A lot of persons keep working with me for longer. 🙂 We then meet every half year for as long as growth continues and curiosity lasts.

  1. RED. My Values in the Mycel of my Tree.
  2. ORANGE. My Energy and Flow.
  3. YELLOW. My Strengths and Power.
  4. GREEN. Empathy and Trust.
  5. TURKQUOISE. Wise communication and standing straight.
  6. ROAYL BLUE. My Vision for clarity and direction.
  7. PURPLE. My joy in worklife. My inner soul and pride.

All meetings can be virtual. When possible, let us also meet here at Borgeby Castle north of Malmö, Sweden. Or at your destination?
Let me know if you want to know more. Contact me at birgitta@stepeducation

“There is a big difference in really meeting each other and sharing a conference room. Never underestimate the outcome of Energy afterwards. Either you loose the Energy you hade when entering the room, or you work and gain strong Energy together. The latter is only for persons that have the courage to be themselves fully. “

Birgittas Five Advices about Meetings & Facilitation

I believe that all meetings that actually happen, are important meetings.

Advice 1 – Choose the right channel and save time

If you are in fact only sharing a conference room, you might as well choose other channels for sharing information. Have a Skypemeeting, send a well formulated e-mail or make a videocall.

Advice 2 – Real meetings have a great potential

When you actually choose to have a (real)meeting – put more effort in to them to work on the potential in sharing, creating and reflecting. Train your Facilitation skills and make it part of your leadership training.

How many meetings do Managers have today?

I often make a simple survey when I have trainings and in average over a month, managers today have 53 meetings. A recent study of managers, showed that 23,6 hours in average are spent in booked meetings in a calendar today. (Magazine “Chef”nr 9)

Advice 3 – Ask 3 simple questions to start with

Did you ask yourself some of the following questions?

  • How many meetings did you have last month?
  • Were they all booked, and were they all important?
  • What is a meeting at your company?
What is a meeting?
A meeting is when persons in the meeting actually meet each other. When they grow the questions raised, together to a higher level. When everyone has a chance to contribute, take part and deliver at their best. Or even easier, when everyone knows WHY they are there, WHO is there, WHAT they are supposed to discuss, and what result it is supposed to bring – and everyone contributes to and are RESPONSIBLE for this work.

A meeting is often a booked meeting between 2-10 persons. Less than that (1 person) is called reflection time, which is highly underestimated in strategic work :). With more than 10 participants, it is often a lecture or a performance, maybe a mingle or even just a social intercourse.

The role of the Facilitator

A facilitators role is to arrange the best possible arenas and work ground for the above. It can be an external, or internal. It doesn´t have to be the expert. On the contrary. A CEO can surely be a Facilitator. But a Facilitator surely doesn´t have to be a CEO or even an expert on the subject. The Facilitator is an expert in getting all the persons in the meeting to contribute.

Plus and Minus-Energy

When you have many meetings, make sure that each and every single one gives energy. Even very little energy is enough! (Plus-energy) Please be aware, that if most meeting takes energy (minus-energy), even just a little you put your long-term sustainability as a manager and as a person at risk!

Advice 4 – What to do? Here is some true advice to take some more StePs!

  • Map your meetings! How many, how often, gives plus- or minus-energy?
  • State if you have a need for, and a possibility to influence or even change your meetings
  • Use a Facilitator!
  • Do we have skilled Facilitators in our organization – how could we train them?
  • Could we imagine sometimes using a skilled external Facilitator that shares knowledge along the way? (This is what I do for my customers and share as much as I can)
  • How do we work with Facilitation? Is that part of our Leadershiptraining?
  • Have some reflection around what is Meetingstructure
  • What is OUR MeetingCulture? Could we change that if we wanted to?

Advice no 5 – Take your meetings seriously and use each and everyones’ potential!

If you don´t know. Learn.
When you do know. Teach.
Maya Angelou
We spend half our lives figuring out
what our Gift is.
The rest of our lives on sharing it.
Björn Natthiko Lindeblad


I don´t have time!

To live

Not now

Maybe later

When I am done

Rushing through life

When I finished everything


Then I can live fully


I am then still


By Birgitta Bobergh