Have you ever noticed when you talk to a professional mum, in some form, the notion of guilt arises. In fact talking to most mothers there is an element of guilt, whether they have returned to paid employment, considering it, or choosing to stay at home. Mums and guilt seem to go hand in hand…. Read more
When it comes down it, there is no problem with Introverts. Well none that can’t be solved by you giving us a bit of energy, not taking tasks so personally, saying what you are really thinking and remembering that its not really conflict! This blog explores the habits of introverts from an Extroverts (tongue in cheek perspective)
Positive psychology an neuroscience are showing that success is a function of happiness rather than the other way round. This requires us to re-think how we develop ourselves and our people. We need to work on our thinking and happiness as the route to success.
A lot of organisations claim to have put effort into a coaching culture, but when we look at them we find that many have trained a few managers to be internal coaches and others have rolled out a coaching model at the management level. In our view these essentially miss the definition of the word culture, which to us means ‘how we do things around here’. Unless everyone is engaged in it, it’s not cultural. In this blog we explore how Altris deliver coaching culture projects and raise engagement in a Kenexa survey
It always interests me when some people feel it is their responsibility or right to take an interest in other peoples lives and actions. Feeling they need to comment and give their views on what they observe and their thoughts on whether what they see is right or wrong. For example, recently a fellow parent… Read more