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Where the magic happens - How multiple resilience strategies transformed Smriti’s future

Where the magic happens - How multiple resilience strategies transformed Smriti’s future

Engaging with multiple resilience strategies is critical to our well-being and performance. In this inspiring story, talented musician, Smriti Agarwal explains the resilience building strategies she drew on to create a transformational life change.

13/07/2020
Resilient Leaders - Why you don’t need to be a superhero to lead your team through crisis

Resilient Leaders - Why you don’t need to be a superhero to lead your team through crisis

As a Leader, faced with challenging times ahead, you need your people to stay productive and continue to meet stakeholder expectations, even with limited resources. In this article we look at how reframing our ideas around resilience can help you develop a persistent and adaptable team of people who thrive in a crisis. And, you don’t need superpowers to achieve it.

01/07/2020
New Beginnings - Is the Grass Really Greener On the Other Side

New Beginnings - Is the Grass Really Greener On the Other Side

As it becomes very apparent that life is not going back to normal any time soon, many of us have been contemplating our future careers.  We’ve had time on our hands to ponder over our purpose, and to muse the meaning of life.  Having been starved of social connection, we hungrily seek out new associations to fulfil our neglected sense of belonging. Now is not normal.  Now may not be the best time to be making a life changing decision as we view the world through a distorted lens. A reality check is therefore needed

18/06/2020
New Beginnings? 5 aspects of your personality to consider when making new life decisions

New Beginnings? 5 aspects of your personality to consider when making new life decisions

As we begin to emerge from the Covid crisis, and regroup to face the new reality, our priorities are likely to change.   The areas of our life and work that have previously been the focus of our attention and energy, will shift.  For many people, this means taking a long hard look at the direction their work lives are going. This article highlights aspects of the decision making process that are often overlooked.

09/06/2020
How is your Emotional Bank Account Doing?

How is your Emotional Bank Account Doing?

Over the past 2 weeks, I've been coaching alot of people on the topic of emotional resilience. No-one underestimates the pressure we all feel from time to time when work stressors build up. But, during the lockdown, as we live and work in a restrictive and somewhat alien environment, the resilience of our workforce is being tested to the limit.

18/04/2020
Assessing Levels of Trust in your Team

Assessing Levels of Trust in your Team

In these testing times, where teams are working remotely, trust is more important than ever. Trust is the foundation of any relationship, and that includes the relationship that exists between members of your team.


Trust is the building block upon which alliance and co-operation is formed.

24/03/2020
Running Productive online Team meetings

Running Productive online Team meetings

Group Meetings are most productive when they have a confident and effective meeting facilitator. 

Whilst the facilitation of online meetings does require a different approach, you still need to follow standard meeting rules and etiquette, even when people aren’t in the same room. 

25/03/2020
Steps to building trust in your team

Steps to building trust in your team

Here are just a few steps you can take to shape your winning team into one that is built on a foundation of trust.


If you would like assistance with repairing the trust and understanding in your team, please consider our module Trust for Teams

25/03/2020
Horse Sense - How Equine Assisted Coaching can help Leaders in your Organisation

Horse Sense - How Equine Assisted Coaching can help Leaders in your Organisation

Equine assisted learning is transformational. It shapes people, changes them at a deep level.

Horses are extremely good at teaching communication and leadership skills; they operate within the boundaries of a strong social system, where the herd leader must be able to lead and motivate the herd not by using their strength or power, but through attentiveness, trust and respect.

19/08/2019