Page from “Terra-Filius” by Nicholas Amhurst (writing in March 1725): “There is not (…) a more uncommon thing in the world than common sense (…)”. How much “Common Sense” have you got? Appeals are made by both government and people closer to home to “use your common sense”. The United Kingdom, this beautiful country I […]
How Do You Cope with COVID-19?
Your personality has a lot to do with how you individually respond to the Coronavirus pandemic. “It’s all about people” – a claim we have all heard and many agree with. The way we cope with a development like Coronavirus that is sweeping the globe depends on many things. First of all, the pandemic may […]
Three core skills – for any leader in 2019.
Practise these three things to improve your impact as leader In our daily lives, we constancy assess how our bosses and our leaders come across to us. Their impact and persuasiveness have a great bearing on whether we listen to them and follow up on their ideas and expectations. When looking at leaders to […]
People Business Psychology Ltd. selected to participate in Cass accelerator programme
People Business Psychology Ltd. is delighted to have been chosen from over 550 applicants to take part in Cass Business School’s Strategy Insight Lab, in association with the University of Oxford and Bocconi University (Milan). The 3-month programme aimed at UK SMEs and start-ups provides world-leading business training that supports organisations as they meet their […]
Youth; not wasted on the young after all
Today I gave a presentation on development and employability to a large group of Year 12 students, who are nearing the end of their A-level studies, at the Clarendon Academy in Trowbridge – the county town of Wiltshire, in England. I felt I had to write this brief post to reflect on my experiences of today’s […]