Being proactive for the sake of Health

Why is being proactive important for our Mental Health? How can we work with teams that are stuck in a reactive cycle?

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To meditate is to rebel with Betsy Parayil-Pezard

Author of the book, “To meditate is to Rebel”, Betsy Parayil-Pezard born in the USA to Indian parents and living in France for the past 18 years. Betsy has practiced mindfulness since 1998. She shares her practical vision of mindfulness in prisons, homeless shelters, and with CEOs.

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How to increase the chances of success of your Change Program with Giovanna Manto

Giovanna Manto discusses ways of increasing the chances of success for your organisation’s change program. She brings key insights from a recent study she performed at INSEAD where she analysed resistance to change in an organisation that she was coaching.

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Terrified of vulnerability and starved for connection with Ken Mossman

Ken Mossman shares his knowledge on vulnerability and why men do not generally like to open up easily. Ken also gives advice on how men can build stronger connections.

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Limits of a Leader on top with Henry Kimsey-House

Henry Kimsey-House discusses Leader on top  vs Leader in front. Henry shares what a leader on top is, how it limits and how to stop being one, and how to become a leader in front.

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You are a conditional decision maker, how to break free with Robin Coghlan

Robin Coghlan, loves helping people in making better decisions and is here today to talk about conditional decision making. Robin also tells us about the system he uses to determine his clients’ conditions and how we can utilize it ourselves.

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Preventing burnout and Reengaging with Monique Valcour

Monique Valcour frequent contributor of HBR discusses what burnout is, the symptoms it brings, the effects it has on an organisation, and how to prevent it.

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PART 3: Why Change is Hard?

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In this final segment of a three-part series, I talk about the 7th and 8th reasons why change is hard for organisations. I share real-life examples from organisations who face these problems and provide advice to overcome these obstacles.

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Part 2 – Why Change is hard?

In this Part 2/3 series, Deepa presents the three reasons why change is hard, provides examples that she has witnessed, and shares how to overcome these obstacles.

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PART 1 – Why Change is Hard?

In this Part 1/3 series, Deepa presents the three biggest reasons why change is hard, provides examples that she has witnessed, and shares how to overcome these obstacles.

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