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Using resilience skills to cope in uncertain times

Using resilience skills to cope in uncertain times

Using resilience skills help people cope with VUCA - volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity - at work.

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Using reflective practice

Using reflective practice

Reflective practice is something we should all learn as a skill for life.  It's especially a must do for mentors and coaches.

International Women's Day - stand up and say something

International Women's Day - stand up and say something

On International Women's Day I've picked the theme of 'standing up for yourself' as a relevant topic for work and life, for men and women.  Women stood up for my rights in the past.  I'm responsible for finding the courage to do the same.

Holding great conversations

Holding great conversations

Tips and ideas on how to turn good conversations into great ones.  Making every conversation count.

Personal resilience at work

Personal resilience at work

Good news! Resilience skills are practical and can be learned.

Get yourself a coach in 2018

Get yourself a coach in 2018

Having a coach has many benefits.  If you want to make a change to your life or career or improve wellbeing and confidence, or find motivation, get a coach in 2018.

Recognising and celebrating mentoring

Recognising and celebrating mentoring

National Mentoring Day is a chance to recognise and celebrate mentoring and even volunteer to be a mentor yourself

The story about blue tits and robins and social learning

The story about blue tits and robins and social learning

How social learning for birds teaches us how we should be using it at work.

A Sustainable Organisation: thoughts about how to be one

A Sustainable Organisation: thoughts about how to be one

Sustainability is important for enterprises who want to survive and flourish.  Here are some ideas on how to achieve this resiliency.

Joined Up Thinking. Why is it so hard for some organisations? What can be done?

Joined Up Thinking.  Why is it so hard for some organisations? What can be done?

Some thoughts on how to practice joined up thinking.  We can all get better at this and organisations need to listen and engage with customers as a means to make this happen.