Executive coaching is increasingly popular for organisations aiming to get the best out of their managers and high performing talent. With the
About a year ago, a friend contacted me out of the blue as he was having a hard time busting out of a slump. He had been down for a couple of months and just could not seem to lift his spirits no matter how hard he tried. Through our discussion, it was clear he was exhibiting all the tell-tale signs of depression.
While positive psychology has contributed greatly to the psychology of goal attainment, at times the links between psychology and reaching one’s aspirations take a step too far. One cannot simply ‘think and grow rich’ as much as we might wish this to be so.
A problem in this domain of work is that too many psychologists in the executive coaching field are side-lining their credentials and adopting what they perceive as a softer title to describe their chosen field.
The reality is that most of us have much to be grateful for. The mere fact that we are conceived and have the opportunity to experience the mystery of life is such a random event of astronomical proportions that gratitude is a very appropriate response!
I recently listened to a podcast interview with Dr Adam Gazzaley, a neuroscientist and Director of the Gazzaley Lab at UC San
Well there it is: another year down and another year to look forward to. This brings to an end this series on
When I decided to leave work and go to University to study psychology I did so because of a genuine fascination with
In my previous role in the UK, I was often confronted by very complex measures of psychological traits. This included the likes
So often in society, obvious conclusions are drawn for complex interactions. A classic case of this is the supposed rise in violent