March 20, 2018

I read this blog recently on Moodscope and it struck a cord. Slowly we are getting better at asking people how they are. The more we ask, the more we support, the better we will all be ……

“A few years back I suffered a neck injury - which resulted in 7 months of non-sto...

October 18, 2017

Brené Brown's new book explores how our society can move past shame and hate toward empathy and connection.

In "Braving the Wilderness", Brown explores how we can find our sense of belonging in today’s divided political climate. Brown suggests there are four keys to bel...

October 2, 2017

 An interesting article in HBR states "Friendship matters. Everything we do to succeed in our careers is improved when we’re supported by a foundation of strong, stable friendships." Friends are critical to our health and wellbeing. By cultivating our friendships we ha...

July 28, 2017

Research suggests that being curious might be a social glue that strengthens our relationships. 

Research studies have found that people who are curious can be seen as being as more interesting and engaging, and they are more likely to reach out to a wider variety of pe...

July 18, 2017

 A recent article in Harvard Business Review by Nicholas Petrie about pressure not having to turn into stress, was useful and informative, it also provided four very practical steps to dealing with stress before it becomes distress:

Firstly, being present...

June 16, 2017

 Such an important approach - “Smile, breathe, and go slowly.” A quote from Thich Nhat Hanh. This made me reflect on what are the benefits of a Mindfulness practice could be and in particular within professional relationships.  I wanted to share an article in which Dr...

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