Positive psychology – what can go right?

Written by Stuart Haden on November 23, 2016

Martin Seligman is commonly known as the founder of positive psychology viagra generico sin receta. He created a ‘positive’ counterpart to mental disorders. Rather than looking at what can go wrong; his work around characters, strengths and virtues is designed to look at what can go right. In his research he looked across cultures and millennia to attempt to distill a manageable list of virtues that have been highly valued from ancient China and India, through Greece and Rome, to

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The law of attraction – how can you make it work?

Written by Stuart Haden on November 16, 2016

For years I have been fascinated by the law of attraction. The well known book The Secret and the film What the Bleep Do We Know!? got me further down the rabbit hole. Meanwhile Lynne McTaggart helped me keep my head as I discovered the science of entanglement. When I connected these two dots…the new age woo woo with the hard evidence I was hooked. But…and there is a big but, I couldn’t seem to harness this powerful energy.

Sure I noticed greater synchronicity

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How to be a high performance leader

Written by Stuart Haden on November 9, 2016

Every individual wants to understand how to be at their best more often. Although sometimes they are afraid to admit it. A corporate athlete, aiming for personal bests – managing their energy not their time. If the wi-fi signal permits I’ll be sharing this posting with you on route to the CIPD’s Annual Conference and Exhibition. By UK standards it is probably the biggest gathering of these corporate athletes.

I am lucky enough to be presenting this year, hoping to bring these athletes

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How to hack coaching content for optimal performance

Written by Stuart Haden on November 2, 2016

Coaching is merely an input, the main prize lies with performance. How can we develop optimal performance via coaching? This is why every coaching programme needs direction, evidence, science, intention, authenticity, readiness, energy, assessment and sustainability. This is a new paradigm of learning because we focus on state, not skills development. The development of state is universal, whereas the development of skills is dependent on individual needs and competence. It can be hit and miss at best. One’s state is the ‘on ramp’ to

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