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Give yourself a fresh perspective – have an ‘Away Day’ by Tim Kidson

It is as if our day to day work is conducted inside an invisible bubble. All our thoughts, feelings and actions happen, and bounce back, inside this bubble. We know this because we get the same feelings every time we think about that same difficult and still unresolved and people issue; we know it because […]

Do you have the stamina to keep your business alive? – by Jo Haigh

“Hard work never killed anyone” … So goes the saying, but you would think it might do if you looked around you sometimes. Stamina and energy are great dividers amongst those that have it in abundance and those that don’t. My first boss once told me it was the ability to keep going when all […]

Stress Management for Stressful Times

Members from experiential business learning group Academy Group 32 enjoyed a very timely and useful session on Stress Management with Sue Firth in November. In these times of great business uncertainty and insecurity (not say “fear”) our organisations and the people within them are under elevated levels of stress: this was certainly true of the […]

Senior Executives get made redundant too

The Academy for Chief Executives, a leading provider of experiential business learning® facilitates groups of CEOs and Managing Directors who meet together every month to network and take full advantage of experiential learning. Part of membership is ‘The Board You Could Never Afford®‘ where members take their issues to the table and discuss with their […]

Reducing Executive Stress Levels

Academy Group 26, chief executive mentoring and experiential learning group (with members from Bristol and the South West) recently had stress management expert Sue Firth talk to them about ‘Stress Management for Executives and CEOs’.  From a thorough knowledge of the theory, Sue delivers very practical tools to understand, identify and reduce stress levels in […]