Monday Mojo – Breaking the Circuit

How are you feeling?  It’s a genuine question because you’ve probably noticed it’s actually getting even weirder out there. I didn’t think it was possible, and yet here we are.  At the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak, I spoke about the importance of finding your language whilst we were hearing new phrases like “sunset clauses”, “social distancing”Continue reading “Monday Mojo – Breaking the Circuit”

Monday Mojo – Hold Your Own

How are you holding up? It’s fair to say, there’s a level of unease in the world right now. If you’re fed up of hearing about the new global conversation in COVID-19, I promise this post isn’t actually about the virus, but it does help me to make an important point. Not everyone is concernedContinue reading “Monday Mojo – Hold Your Own”

Managing Uncertainty – How to create a “Not-Knowing” Plan

This article was written before the coronavirus outbreak. An article specific to COVID and anxiety is here. How do you cope with not-knowing? In a world where information is available at our finger tips, there will still be times when an internet search engine can’t give you the answers you need. If you’ve found yourself inContinue reading “Managing Uncertainty – How to create a “Not-Knowing” Plan”

Mindful Leadership – Enhancing Creativity, Managing Change at Work and Connecting Employees using Mindfulness

How engaged do you feel during workplace meetings? If you feel connected, take part and are completely focused when your colleagues are speaking, then you’ll be giving 100% around the table. But if you are doing that, recent research suggests that’s quite rare. According to one study, three quarters of attendees in meetings are distractedContinue reading “Mindful Leadership – Enhancing Creativity, Managing Change at Work and Connecting Employees using Mindfulness”

Compassionate Goal Setting and Mindful Intentions: An alternative to SMART objectives for managing anxiety with DREAMS

A certain amount of anxiety is normal; it’s natural to feel anxious in situations that are “one-off worries” or short-term events. Going for a job interview or out on a first date can be a heady mix of excitement, with a healthy desire to make a good impression. Anxiety can keep us on our toes,Continue reading “Compassionate Goal Setting and Mindful Intentions: An alternative to SMART objectives for managing anxiety with DREAMS”