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Book review: How to do the work (recognise your patterns, heal from your past and create your self) by Dr Nicole LePera

Part of a psychotherapist’s toolbox is psychoeducation. This is helping therapy clients to understand themselves better and access tools to effect the change they desire. There are a few books that I recommend to my therapy clients and this is one of them. Their reaction is usually positive so here Read More

2024-07-03T16:55:23+01:00December 15, 2023|Kim's Blog, Relationship Management|

What do you do when a male colleague doesn’t like women? (gender bias)

This was a question posed to me recently by a woman at a workshop. Whilst this question is about prejudice towards women (sex and gender bias) it could just as easily have been about age or culture or disability or sexual orientation or any other difference. I am sure you Read More

2023-02-09T15:32:05+00:00February 9, 2023|Kim's Blog, Management Skills, Relationship Management|

Emotional Regulation – A key element of Emotional Intelligence (EQ)

The ability to regulate or manage our emotions is one of the four elements of emotional intelligence (EQ). In some recent coaching sessions, I observed that a lack of emotional regulation can cause real issues for the performance and mental well-being of individuals and for those they supervise, their peers Read More

2021-08-02T14:38:32+01:00August 2, 2021|Kim's Blog, Management Skills, Relationship Management|

Book review: Neuroscience for organizational change by Hilary Scarlett

The book “Neuroscience for organizational change: an evidence-based practical guide to managing change” by Hilary Scarlett is both intellectually challenging and practical. I would add it to the list of recommended books on change management that should be read by those involved in organizational change programmes whether leaders, human resource Read More

2020-05-27T11:51:38+01:00May 27, 2020|Kim's Blog, Management Skills, Relationship Management, Strategy|
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