Growing up with a big brother as my idol, I was all about embracing the ‘boyish’ side of life. Despite my long, blonde locks and occasional dress wearing, I was determined to do everything he did – climbing trees, playing football and even shooting a rifle (thankfully just targets, not living creatures). I often came […]
Earlier, as I sat down to help my 10-year-old daughter with her maths homework I was itching to tackle my own ‘to-do list’ and had to battle the urge to blurt out the answers in order to speed things up. Instead, I made a conscious effort to watch patiently as she worked through problems, stepping […]
Artificial Intelligence often gets a bad rap, with the focus on its risks and warnings dominating the conversation. But what if we shifted our perspective and explored how AI could actually help humanity and even enhance our unique qualities as human beings?
The difference between knowing something and doing something is like the difference between reading a recipe and cooking a meal. You can read a recipe all day long, but until you actually gather the ingredients, follow the steps, and put it in the oven, you won’t have a delicious meal to enjoy.
As an organisational psychologist, I hope the answer to this is ‘Of course, we all want to grow and develop, tell me how?’ But is my viewpoint biased? The answer is yes.
How mentoring, mental health, performance and success are all intertwined with giving.