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Liam Burnell
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Sometimes, the smallest of changes can have the biggest of impacts. These changes can be as small as how we frame a challenge or goal, whereby a subtle shift in view point can be all that is needed to spark bold and meaningful action.  Consider this Ancient Greek legend… As the story goes, a poor...
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Twelve jurors crammed into a claustrophobic room on a scorching hot summers day to decide the fate of an 18-year-old man accused of murder is the setting for one of the most powerful films ever made.  ‘12 Angry Men’ is often lauded for its wonderful dialogue, dramatic effect, superlative acting and intriguing exploration of the human...
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This month’s blog post comes from our consultant, Mike, who explores how a subtle change can help us to realise that there’s no such thing as “difficult people”… When was the last time you came across someone who you thought was a “difficult person”?  Well, what if we told you there was no such thing...
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In a world of chaos it’s very easy to become overwhelmed. But what happens when instead of fighting chaos, we embrace the uncertainty it brings and use it to help us get to where we want to go? At 1pm on Monday 24th May, Andrew Strauss will be joined by Ed Smith for our latest “Spotlight On…” webinar...
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If we’re honest with ourselves, quite often in life we’re not really consciously paying attention to how we’re operating.  Instead, and somewhat sadly, for much of our daily lives we’re kind of running on autopilot. Our attention is naturally getting drawn from one thing, or place, to another, without us consciously making choices or mindfully...
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As a young teenager I would often find myself completely immersed in copying the content from encyclopaedia books into a sketchbook. What seemed like a pointless activity to my parents, I found making my own layouts so satisfying that hours would go by, but I’d be so engaged I wouldn’t even notice. Plus, it kept...
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With the UK’s lockdown exit strategy laid out before us, today’s blog post comes from Chin, as he reflects on his recent experiences of isolation and offers an alternative lens through which we may wish to consider how we go about understanding the self… A few months ago, I served a 14-day quarantine in a...
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We’re delighted to announce that our next webinar in our ‘Spotlight on…’ series will take place at 1pm on Monday 8th February, where we’ll be joined by best-selling author, Matthew Syed, to shine the spotlight on Cognitive Diversity. By embracing cognitive diversity, we value different ways of thinking, encouraging and leveraging different perspectives to create a stronger, more...
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In a world where every decision feels like treading through the Mission Impossible maze, it can be difficult to be confident in your ideas. Eventually you start questioning everything, your mind spiralling during another sleepless night wondering whether to take that promotion, launch that business, or spend your life savings on a once-in-a-lifetime trip to...
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Whilst Christmas is a time for celebration and rejoicing, it also provides a time for reflection.  As we come towards the end of 2020, it has without doubt been one of the most challenging years for all of us. Embroiled in the storm of 2020, we’ve been buffeted from one crisis to the next. The...
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