21
Sep

Training That Makes A Difference

I was delighted to hear that a recent delegate on our  12 month Management Development Programme had sent out a testimonial to her network, talking about 10 takeaways from the training. We don’t often blow our own trumpet at Namasté , we tend to focus on helping others rather than helping ourselves, however, this is …

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5
Sep

We are changing…

Facing Unpalatable Truths You know when someone tells you something you don’t really want to hear? It’s something about an idea you had, something that you really like, something you think talks about who you are and what you do? In short, it is something that feels very personal to you. You Always Have a …

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10
Dec

Christmas pickle: managing your work-life balance and feeling the joy

Which dictionary definition best reflects your festive intentions and experience? Pickle: ˈpɪk(ə)l/ 1. A relish consisting of vegetables or fruit preserved in vinegar and enhanced by festive spices such as cinnamon or clove, perfect with cheese and Port. 2.  Experiencing a difficult situation characterised by feelings of panic brought about by Christmas deadlines.  (*Typically: be ~; get [into] ~) Are …

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12
Nov

CIPD Report on NIHCE Guidance on Promoting Wellbeing at Work

I read with interest the CIPD article on wellbeing at work. I was particularly interested to note the examples of steps employers could take to achieve employee well-being as provided by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence provides. In my Stress Management workshops I ask organisations what steps they take to manage stress at work, most have …

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12
Sep

Another successful workshop

Yesterday I ran my third free workshop introducing the competencies managers should have to enable them to effectively identify stress at work and to take action to prevent and reduce stress in the workplace. I love running these workshops, delegates are generally all new to me, although I did have one face I knew which …

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