Category Archives: Emotional Intelligence

A Proven Remedy

I have no idea who said it’s lonely at the top but they may well have said it can feel a little lonely along the way getting there too.

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Strategies to harness your resilience, creativity and empathy when highly stressed

Dr Liz Paslawsky has spent the past 20 years travelling the world finding mentors to gain insights into the diversity of ways to increase levels of consciousness & gain self-awareness through ancient wisdoms. Never have these…

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Whatever It Takes

I’ll keep this brief On the 20th of December 2019, when the year was in wrap up mode for many of us, I wrote an article for our newsletter paying tribute to health and human service…

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1 on 1 Meeting Questions – Master List

As Dale Carnegie put it, “ask questions the other person will enjoy answering”. Below is a mega list of great questions for different contexts in the workforce. And if you seek further guidance on questioning and…

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Book Review: 12 rules for life – an antidote to chaos

Jordan Peterson is a world renowned clinical psychologist who has been nominated for the Levenson Teaching Prize for his work as a professor at Harvard University and is currently a professor of psychology at the University…

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What Cubans can teach us about resilience and taking responsibility

I took a trip to Cuba recently. A communist nation with an oppressive government. For many of the 12 million Cubans, the possibility of experiencing life outside of Cuba is just a dream. The majority believe…

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60 seconds with Kevin Hardy

What happens when the arse falls out of your work world and you get sacked or sidelined?

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Book Review: Search Inside Yourself

Meng Tan was an engineer with Google and personal growth pioneer when he designed Search Inside Yourself as a popular tool to transform the work and personal lives of many of the brightest individuals at Google.

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Book Review: Being Mortal – Medicine and What Matters in the End

Atul Gawande’s Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End is not exactly holiday reading. With the surgical precision befitting a man of his trade, Dr. Gawande regales his readers with the process of human…

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Triggers – Sparking positive change and making it last

World-renowned executive coach Marshall Goldsmith examines the environmental and psychological triggers that can derail us at work and in life

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