This is a page dedicated to posts and articles where I write about emotional health. In an ever complicated world whereby we strive to perform we need to remember our minds as well as our bodies. Its good to see more & more online discussion about emotional health and general mental wellness but I talk about it (with a slightly tongue in cheek) from my perspective and in the hurdles and professional challenges I’ve had in my life, how being in control of your mind (and giving yourself a break) can give you a competitive edge. And keep you sane to boot!
Leading people, companies, and taking on considerable responsibility can reprogram and rewire how the brain copes with stress and how you fundamentally see the environment around you. Join me in my chartered journey into understanding my mind.
Firstly, I wanted to thank everyone whose offered up a word or two of encouragement. A huge thank you also
Culture. ‘Culture’, It’s a funny word, isn’t it? In part because it means so many different things to different people.
I’ve recently had opportunity (thanks to where I work) to take part in a Myers Briggs / Jung-esque Psychometric profiling
All about Employee Engagement – where to start? As I’ve conducted more and more ‘lofty’ types of role throughout my
Firstly, read this excerpt from Imperial Business School which I found pertinent; In the UK each year, around 70 million
Patience is a virtue do you have it? We’ve heard it a million times before…’patience is a virtue’. It’s clear
Well, 2016 came & went and 2017 was thrust upon me with all the expectation of a boxing day discount