What matters to you and what matters to the business should, ideally, be in alignment. Can playing cards help?
In this interview, one of our Diploma graduates explains how the course supported her through tragedy, and has helped her make a positive impact on those around her.
This joyous day was founded on June 28 2012 by United Nations adviser Jayme Illien who came up with the idea of a U.N Resolution that recognised the pursuit of happiness as a human right and a “fundamental human goal”, and called for “a more inclusive, equitable and balanced approach to economic growth that promotes the happiness and well-being of all peoples”.
I feel authentic and proud, and I have meaning and purpose.
So whether you are looking for ways to get fitter and healthier, raise money for charity, see more of your neighbourhood, make opportunities to be more mindful, or just get people together for a fun challenge, then in more ways than one, stepping may be the way forward!
If organisations were mindful, rather than mindless as they often are, leadership would be quite different. In this guest blog, previously published on the Harvard Business Review blog as part of a six-part series on the future of leadership, and her website, Harvard professor Ellen Langer explains why it is time for leaders to wake up. [...]
Have you started the new year full of good intentions and resolutions to improve your wellbeing, challenge yourself and achieve your personal and professional goals? Have you wavered yet? As humans, we are naturally inclined to seek out challenges and find purpose in our lives. […]