Work is a huge part of our lives. Here our experts give the low-down on everything from productivity to leadership

What can we learn from those colourful people who thrive, rather than simply surviving at work?

I have had the pleasure of working with many talented, often inspirational people over the years, who personify vitality in their careers. They seem to enjoy hard work, have an uncanny ability to give you their undivided attention no matter how much is going on around them and have a presence and charisma which is often infectious. These are the things which I have learned from them, and which help me to inspire happier lives and careers.
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May 22, 2015

Walking while working - a treadmill at my desk

A few weeks ago, I joined the band of people who work while walking. I type and do almost all my desk work while walking on a treadmill. It has been eye-opening, body changing and inspiring. And unexpected in some ways. Here’s what happened and what it is like.
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Apr 23, 2015

Overcoming pessimism and self- limiting assumptions

As an ex head-hunter and now coach and mentor, I often come across people who are prone to self limiting assumptions and sadly, these often become self fulfilling. For some people these derive from a pessimistic mind set and for others, they are picked up along the way, through adverse childhood or career experiences for example. Once you have identified the tendency, the harder question is what to do about it?
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Jan 26, 2015

Back To Work

This week, many people are returning to work after the break. It can be a struggle, so what's the meaning of work?
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Jan 07, 2015

Relax in the doing!

As I was driving on the motorway the other day, overtaking a huge lorry with my little car, I suddenly realised I was very tense on the stirring wheel and my body was leaning forward as if trying to overtake the lorry with my body and not with my car!
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Jan 05, 2015