Category: Personal development

Supercharge your wellbeing – how to connect well

Now is a good time to focus on your wellbeing. One of the central pillars of you feeling well is to connect with other humans. We’re social animals and the last few months have been particularly challenging in terms of how to connect socially with

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Returning to work – the strengths way

More offices and workplaces are now starting to open and more people are returning to work, and there’s an unusual atmosphere of normality combined with concerns about the unknown. To ease those concerns and increase the feeling of normality, my headline advice is to go

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How strengths can boost your wellbeing at work

First up, a message to you. This is my podcast number 100. So a heartfelt thank you from me to you for listening to the podcasts, for sharing and liking them and for telling others about them. I’m told that they make a big difference,

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To our Strengthscope community

First, and most importantly, Black Lives Matter. Systemic racism in any form is unacceptable. When we see it or sense it, we will investigate, enquire and, where we find it, we will challenge it directly with clarity and resolve. At Strengthscope, we have done our

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Sidestepping into a new role – 5 tips to do it well

Something we’re hearing from more and more organisations is how they’re looking to help their employees explore new opportunities in areas of the business that are continuing to do well even when faced with the challenges we’re seeing today. Sometimes, this kind of role sidestep

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Adjusting to the new normal

“New normal” is a funny phrase because it makes you think that at some point, change is going to stop and normal is going to be forever and then we can all chill a bit and get a bit of certainty back. Well let’s hope

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How to aim for progress not perfection

In a 2019 study of around 41,000 young people, researchers found that over the last 25 years, people across the US, Canada and the UK have become more perfectionistic in terms of: others having higher expectations of us, us having higher expectations of others, as

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Building Out Your Support Network – Why Bother And How To

Your social network can have a significant effect on your health – studies have shown that those with stronger social networks enjoy multiple physiological, psychological and long-term health benefits than those who lack social support. This is particularly important at times of pressure and stress,

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