Self

So the presentation went well: you had the attention of the room and there were plenty of encouraging nods and smiles. There were even some great questions and you managed to be witty as well as smart in your answers. As you left the meeting you felt good. Maybe you...
The last 12 months have felt at times both excruciatingly slow and all at once too fast, with everything changing and yet, in the depths of each lockdown, nothing changing. Despite these months being relentless they’ve allowed time for reflection and during February...
2020 has been one big learning curve. It’s forced us to consider our resilience, adaptability and ability to truly connect. It’s shown us that quite often the most important lessons we have are not the ones taught in classrooms or lecture halls but the ones we...
With a lot of people’s world shrunk down to predominately four walls over the last couple of months, it is hard to stop yourself from looking inwards, assessing life and reflecting on this lockdown – what its enabled or in some cases ‘disabled’. Perhaps with it...
Any change in your career – be that a promotion, a lateral move, moving company, quitting and retraining or reducing your working hours to spend more time with family – can be really challenging. Change is hard. That initial shift out of a comfortable...
Ahhh Brexit. It’s hard to remember what politics, or life for that matter, was like before the referendum of 2016. These past few weeks have been a staggering display of disarray and disharmony, with the new Prime Minister appearing quite unnerved by the reality of...