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Calling out the men.

How do you feel when you see a grown man cry? A close friend. A brother. Your Dad. If it makes you feel uncomfortable, you’re not alone. The Cure sang ‘Boy’s Don’t Cry’ in their classic 80’s anthem. It’s built into our collective psyche. Men aren’t supposed to cry. It’s just not what men do…
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Why we love the movie Inside Out.

Have you seen the film Inside Out? It’s the story of 11-year old Riley and her emotions – Joy, Sadness, Fear, Anger and Disgust. When Riley moves with her family from Minnesota to San Francisco, her emotions are thrown into chaos. She struggles settling into her new home away from her friends and her hockey league…
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The Power of ‘What?’ and ‘Why?’

Goal setting is a big part of January but so many of us are back on the booze/cigs/meat/sugar/wheat/dairy and sat on the sofa in our shiny, unused trainers by the end of the month. So let me ask you this. WHAT exactly is your goal? Write it down. Look at it. On a scale of…
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Set your boundaries and then reinforce them!

Let’s get one thing straight about setting boundaries. Boundaries are not selfish. Boundaries are self-CARE. Selfish is getting stranded on a desert island with a group of people and eating all the food. Selfish is sailing off into the sunset in a 4-man lifeboat and watching our friends drown. We’re being selfish when we’re concerned…
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How to build your workplace relationship resilience

‘Not getting along with people’ is consistently cited as a reason for work-related stress, and I would bet that at least 50% of every team, at one point in time, are working with at least one person that they find it difficult to be around. This could a line manager, a peer, a direct report,…
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