The academic and scientific rigour we apply to our work with clients also informs our thinking on the latest developments in the fields of wellbeing, resilience, and performance.
Most leaders who have a staff member with a “tricky” personality, or even a style different to their own, know that it creates extra challenges. It is human nature to assume that what works [...]
Written by Stephen Kearney. The research is pretty clear―when someone is struggling, the support of another human being is one of themost helpful things. Particularly if that other person is respected and trusted. In [...]
During a month that has brought terror and disbelief to our peaceful shores, we have also witnessed an outpouring of compassion, care, love and determination to change. First responders, members of parliament and local [...]
“We are shaped by our thoughts; we become what we think”. Buddha It is well-known psychological knowledge that our thoughts have a wide sphere of influence. Thoughts hold the power to [...]
Some topics in our work with clients seem to create hearty debate more so than others. One of these topics is perfectionism. As psychologists, we are wary of the negative impacts that holding overly [...]
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