Tag Archives: behaviours

Out of whack: where are you on the alignment scale?

I was recently having my bod cunningly realigned by my Mctimoney practitioner and it got me thinking about the nature of misalignment in some of the organizations I coach in. A few days later I revisited an article by Daniel … Continue reading

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A few last thoughts from 2013: buckle up for the year ahead!

I’m not particularly into cars but some of my old friends will remember me on my beloved Honda 550cc motorbike back in the ‘80s. I loved the speed, freedom and economy of riding one of the early superbikes. So it … Continue reading

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Managing stress: could the answer be deep inside you?

Earlier this year I enjoyed delivering a masterclass on resilience and leadership and in this article I’ve decided to try and answer some of the questions put to me that day. But first for those of you for whom the … Continue reading

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