Working with individuals

19th March 2013

A small helping of imposter syndrome for my executive team please!

OK! I hold my hands up and admit it - I have a good helping of imposter syndrome lurking in my psyche! However, I usually try not to dwell on my insecurities and to harness the positive points; sometimes thinking that I am not as intelligent or as experienced as others can drive me on to great things.
22nd February 2014

Working with CIPD – Neuroscience of Coaching

It’s always nice to be asked back and having spoken at the CIPD annual conference last year we have been invited to speak at the Learning and Development conference on May 1st.  Our topic is ‘Using Neuroscience to Enhance L&D Effectiveness’ and we are looking forward to explaining how to move neuroscience from the ‘interesting’ to the ‘useful’ i.e. what is the new learning from neuroscience that be applied to L&D in organisations.   Much as we are looking forward to this we are even more excited to be delivering  a new workshop on how to use neuroscience to develop your […]
7th May 2015

Email just isn’t working anymore

The fact that email is slowly strangling lots of workplaces was recognised again recently when Sir Cary Cooper, professor of organisational psychology and health at Lancaster University and former adviser for the Government Office for Science about mental health in the workplace spoke at the recent British Psychological Society annual conference.  Sir Carey said that rampant email checking is damaging the mental wellbeing of employees, and in doing so slows them down and damages UK productivity.  This recognition that email may now be doing more harm than good is not a new one, but what still seems to be lacking […]
8th February 2016

Navigating Change workshops

We have been running a unique one-day workshop for a Legal Services client where the majority of participants are lawyers. We have been using the latest neuroscience and psychology along with proven tools and techniques to allow participants to master the ‘head, heart and hands’ elements of change. The workshop is designed to help participants to: Be familiar with the brain’s key processes, strengths and limitations relating to change Know how we typically react to externally driven changes Understand how to take control of the brain to make externally driven change a more positive experience Know how to use the […]