Category: Inspiration

Resilient Leadership

There are some enlightened businesses out there that pro-actively seek to ensure that the people working for the organisation don’t suffer from over-work and too much stress. Seriously, there are some. However you don’t have to look to hard when you’re in the world…

Getting My Mojo Back!

I found myself talking about writing to a coaching group that I was training this morning. I’m intending to write a book this year on Leadership Resilience. I asked the group to coach me on the topic. They did well and asked questions that…

Returning to Resilience

August has come and gone and another summer has slipped by. This year I have managed to make the most of the marvel that is England when the sun is shining. Day trips have been many and varied. I must be getting old for…

Connecting With Solitude – Day 317 – 366 Days of Resilience

Back in 2012 Sherry Turkle gave her second TED talk in California, entitled ‘Connected but Alone’. Her first talk had been a celebration of technology and the internet in particular; her second talk was a warning about the way that advances in technology, and…

Thanks for the Memories – Day 316 – 366 Days of Resilience

I was facilitating a workshop this morning on emotional intelligent leadership and we spent some time exploring the impact of a strong emotional response being attached to a specific memory. We can all probably relate to the experience of having a memory triggered by…

Two-Dimensional Interaction – Day 315 – 366 Days of Resilience

We’re all conscious of how human interaction is changing at a much faster pace than our species has ever known; much, much faster. And it all has to do with what is possible on mobile phones and tablets. We are adapting well. We are…

Rounding the Bend – Day 314 – 366 Days of Resilience

I’m rounding the bend to enter the last straight on the final lap of my resilience writing. By the end of July it will all be over bar the shouting. 28th July is a date I have been keenly looking forward to. The odd…