A session at the CIPD L&D Show 2015 by Sean Kent (Freebridge) @SeanMKent , David Young (BT), chaired by Gill White (CIPD) @gillwhite4
A session at the CIPD L&D Show 2015 by Laura Overton (Towards Maturity) @LauraOverton, Lisa Johnson (Barnardo’s) @TuppyMagic, chaired by Ruth Stuart (CIPD) @RStuartCIPD.
A session at the CIPD L&D Show 2015 by Claire Molin (Visa Europe) and Jane Saunders (BBC), chaired by Jonathan Hill (Catalyst PLD Ltd).
A session at the CIPD L&D Show 2015 by Frank Clayton (NG Bailey), Helena Moore (Bromford) – chaired by Peter Cheese (CIPD)
A session at the CIPD L&D Show 2015 by Alan Nobbs (NHS Leadership Academy), Paul Morgan (Caffe Nero), chaired by Dr. Richard Holti (The Open University).
A session at the CIPD L&D Show 2015 by Paul Smith (LV), Jan Luxford & Ben Cork (Riverside), chaired by Jonny Gifford (CIPD)
Examining some of the themes from the True Strength interview with Dawn Smedley, starting with celebrating who we are: “Sometimes I should just look back and celebrate who I am fundamentally. We all should.”
As part of my True Strength project, I’m featuring interviews that dig deep into how people succeed and I was delighted to interview Dawn Smedley of O.C. Tanner alongside her manager Ian Feaver. The interview has lots of insights into how we succeed, about strengths, weaknesses, mindset, resilience, and how to help people be their best.
Feedback would happen all the time if we spoke the truth with positive intent. My contribution to the #FeedbackCarnival
How do you find success secrets? Well, you can’t as success depends on who you are and what you want. However, we can find inspiration in real stories of success and I’m working on a project – True Strength – to tell these stories.
Some reflections on attending the MHFA England Standard course, training in Mental Health First Aid.
This 30-minute documentary from The Jubilee Centre for Characters and Virtues is well worth watching, and contains a great mix of real stories of gratitude interspersed with an academic reflection on them. The stories are from across Britain and they do make the observation that we Brits can be be a bit awkward about gratitude.