Resilient Leadership

Managing tricky people

In March this year we explained some of the current psychological thinking behind why some people can be “tricky” to work with, and to manage. Read the article here: https://umbrella.org.nz/why-are-some-people-more-difficult-than-others/ This is an area we are increasingly assisting our clients with. How do we help? We provide both individual psychological treatment for the person who [...]

August 8th, 2016|

Leading the way to wellbeing

Even when organisational strategies and policies are designed to support wellbeing, the work environment and leadership practices can act as a hindrance. What role do leaders play in increasing organisational wellbeing? Any initiatives to successfully improve organisational wellbeing require the full engagement and participation of employees, in addition to a culture that supports wellbeing. Leaders [...]

June 8th, 2015|

Employment Today Magazine Issue 192

Leading the Way to Wellbeing Employment Today Magazine – Issue 192, June 2015 Even when organisational strategies and policies are designed to support wellbeing, the work environment and leadership practices can act as a hindrance. Anouk Kelling examines the role that leaders play in increasing organisational wellbeing. View PDF

June 6th, 2015|

How to shape individual behaviour in organisations

Insights from behavioural economics and behavioural psychology Any organisational intervention requires individual behaviour change. If you want employees to be more active, more engaged, show flexibility during change, or to use a new operating system, you are asking them to make changes to how they do things; that is, to change their behaviour. Behaviour change involves putting [...]

February 2nd, 2015|