Performance Psychology and Positive Psychological Wellbeing for Business, Sport and Life.

The Commando Spirit: The Importance of Ethos, Culture & Psychological Wellbeing for Optimal Performance, Part 3 of 3.

The Royal Marines are acknowledged as one of the world's elite commando forces. Part 3 gives an intriguing insight into the role of the Commando Spirit. ...

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The Commando Values: The Importance of Ethos, Culture & Psychological Wellbeing for Optimal Performance, Part 2 of 3

The Royal Marines are acknowledged as one of the world's elite commando forces. Part 2 gives an intriguing insight into the role of the Commando Spirit ...

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The Commando Mindset: The Importance of Ethos, Culture & Psychological Wellbeing for Optimal Performance, Part 1 of 3

The Royal Marines (RM) are acknowledged as one of the world's elite commando forces. Part 1 gives an intriguing insight into the role of the Commando Mindset. ...

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The Boiling Frog Syndrome

Recent statistics and research on work-related stress brings to mind, and provides warning of, 'The Boiling Frog Syndrome’: If a frog is put in hot water it will jump out. But ...

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Resilience Training: A Need, An Excuse, Ethical?

Resilience training is the often seen as the cure for today’s difficult times; a solution from the caring employer. Here we challenge that resilience misunderstood? If so, the next question is, "Is resilience training needed, an excuse or ethical?"

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Who Are You? The Importance of Ethos and Culture to Positive Psychological Wellbeing and Sustainable, Optimal Performance.

You regularly hear people discussing what their organisation does, but in relation to their organisation, how many can answer the important question, "Who Are You?" ...

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Is Work-Related Stress A Foreseeable Risk To Health?

In 2015/16, stress accounted for 37% of all work-related ill health cases and 45% of all working days lost due to ill health. But with stress becoming the expected norm, do organisation need to better realise their legal duty to consider stress as a foreseeable risk to health? ...

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Psychological Wellbeing is Pandering to the Weak, Right?

At a social gathering, I overheard a senior HR manager say, “These (weak) individuals have no place in our (pressurised) business. Helping them cope? What a waste of resources.” Alas, I didn’t get the opportunity to explain, but this is what I would have said...

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