Blog: With Pride

Hello All I hope you are well. I’m now back at work following my holiday, although I am only back for a couple of weeks before I go back on leave. I’m finally taking the holidays that were delayed by the pandemic. My next destination is Palma Nova in Majorca. I’m expecting it to be…

Design Your Day

We offer tips to manage your wellbeing in our training offer to you. There will be things that will work for you and many will not. Wellbeing is not a prescription. It’s important to self care and make time to do your own research when it comes to your wellbeing. This article from huel.com offers…

How to build a Mental Health gym

We talk a lot about exercise but the following article focuses on giving our brain a workout and doing the things that allow us to feel good every day:

Blog: Signing Off

Hello Everyone It’s been a while since I posted a blog. Life got very busy outside of work of late, and I’ve also been unwell for the last few days.  Before I knew it, time has really gotten away from me. Time flies as they say. I am taking an extended break from work –…

Why the Ego Is an Obstacle to Mindful Leadership

A very good article from mindful.org on taming your ego at work. There’s much focus on individual performance and success in the workplace. The article answers the question of is it possible to be less self-oriented and still get ahead?!

How To Reinvent Yourself

Looking to reinvent yourself and live the life you want? If so, then the following article from hespokestyle is for you. It offers some great advice with hints and tips to make a plan:

Blog: I’m not crazy

Hello Everyone I hope you are well. 9 – 15 May is mental health awareness week in the UK. Throughout this week there will be lots of events going on virtually and in person across the country. I’ll be writing and also speaking about mental health a fair bit too. For this post, I just…

How to Tell Your Boss You Have Too Much Work

Burn out is often a difficult subject to discuss. We all have limitations and it is important to recognise these in advance. It’s a delicate conversation for a number of reasons. But it’s often necessary. Here’s how to make sure it goes as smoothly as possible, thanks to this article from fatherly.com: