Two Minutes on Trust: Listen to Dr John Blakey and Fiona Furman, Communications Manager at NAHL Group plc, discussing Habit No.8 in ‘The Nine Habits of Trust – Choosing to Be Brave’.
Importance of Trust when Recovering from Failure: Interview with Bob Holt OBE, Executive Chairman, Sureserve Group Plc
The Sureserve Group employs over 2,300 people, delivers award-winning projects across the UK in building, improving, maintaining and developing buildings and services for social housing, schools and colleges. The company generates annual revenues of £299.5m. In this interview, The Group CEO, Bob Holt OBE, talks about the importance of trust as the foundation for strong leadership to help businesses recover from past failure.Read more ›
In the popular cult film, ‘The Matrix’, our hero, Neo, is confronted with a stark choice. He can choose between living in the computer-fabricated world of the matrix (blue pill) or be unplugged from the matrix to wake up to painful reality of his true existence (red pill). His mentor, Morpheus, sums up the choice with the following words:-Read more ›
I am working with a client whose optimism both terrifies and inspires me. They are surrounded on all sides by difficult circumstances, challenging prospects and dubious possibilities. Yet at each coaching session they show up with excitement, conviction and enthusiasm. How do they do this? Why don’t they fall over in a heap like the rest of us? What is the ‘x’ factor that allows them to keep choosing optimism over ‘giving up’ or ‘getting frustrated’ or ‘blaming everyone else’?Read more ›
May 2015 by Margarita Tartakovsky, MS on PsychCentral, psychcentral.com
Courage is plentiful. In fact, it’s all around us, writes Robert Biswas-Diener, Ph.D, a positive psychology researcher and founder of Positive Acorn, in his latest book The Courage Quotient: How Science Can Make You Braver. And it doesn’t just happen on the battlefield: It also happens…
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