Trauma

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|

Leadership conversation skills: SCARF model of neuroscience in social interactions, collaboration and relationships

I first mentioned SCARF in an article about neuroscience and leadership Leadership: Lessons from Star Trek and Neuroscience - Kim Tasso back in 2012. There David Rock talked about the neuroscience of leadership - the need to still your mind, improve emotional regulation, watch non-verbal signals and take care with Read More

2023-10-01T15:32:48+01:00October 1, 2023|Kim's Blog, Management Skills, Relationship Management|

Change management and creativity – Why a third adapt more easily

Successful professional service firms are those that have great leaders who can help their people anticipate and adapt to change quickly. So an article by Nick Tasler (https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/strategic-thinking/201606/why-1-in-3-people-adapt-change-more-successfully) explaining why one in three adapt to change more easily caught my eye. The article refers to work by psychologist Salvatore Maddi Read More

2019-08-01T11:13:31+01:00July 15, 2016|Kim's Blog, Management Skills|
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