This is the sixth in a series of eight “old age” reflections on this period of my life. (The process and place of such reflections is described in the final paragraph.) It conjures up the words, despair, determination, integrity, introversion,… Read More ›
Have you ever stopped to think about who or what has been a significant source of inspiration in your life? A little reflection can reveal small things that may have affected the whole of your life. Here’s one of our sources of inspiration.
So rather than spin stories about impending catastrophes, try to live more with what’s actually happening, and less with what might happen.” Here’s Your Brain’s New User Manual For Uncertain Times Prior to the UK referendum on EU membership, as a… Read More ›
Shackleton and Me! As an organisation psychologist I have many years experience of working in environments where leadership was an issue, in most cases this was in organisations undergoing planned transformation or experiencing forced change. Whole systems often needed to… Read More ›
Our three articles on Nepal’s education system and our efforts to help transform it have been read, circulated and shared ‘000s of times in the past week, yet the silence about them has been deafening apart from a couple of… Read More ›