Taking a holiday does more for you than just enabling you to sleep late and get a glowing tan - there are numerous health benefits which will boost your resilience! Here are just some of the ways they are good for your mind and body. Reduce … [Read more...] about Do you really need a holiday?
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Kenneth E Miller has worked in places where resilience, courage and human spirit are tested to extremes. For the last 25yrs he has worked with communities affected by armed conflict in different parts of the world. His graduate research took him to … [Read more...] about War torn refugees show courage, love and resilience
Tony Crabbe is an international consultant and business psychologist who has written a really useful book “Busy” - how to thrive in a world of too much. It’s become one of the top 3 leadership books in 2016 and been a best seller in a number of countries. … [Read more...] about Busy – how to thrive in a world of too much
Catherine Louise Birmingham is an experienced riding coach working in dressage and Equestrianism. Through her work with people, horses and her own struggles, she realised that horses were a parallel understanding of how to live our own lives. The … [Read more...] about Using horse riding principles to build our resilience
How do organisations support their executives, managers and teams, when handling change and managing stress. Sue Firth is a business psychologist who looks at the relationship between “the way people think and the way they behave”, and has brought this … [Read more...] about Handling stress at home and at work
Resilience is a really interesting subject that makes psychology very practical and relevant to all of us. Once you understand that resilience is a skill that can be developed, you can see the far-reaching affects it has on our lives and our … [Read more...] about ROPES to scale resilience