Monthly Archives: October 2014

Reversed polarity

I finished the resilience training and the delegate came over to talk to me. They admitted that they had been resistant to¬†attending the course¬†assuming that it would all be platitudes and not relevant to them. As we dug deeper it … Continue reading

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Tasting the bitter edge of my tears

I’m not a trainer by trade, I’ve always been an operator who got asked to do a little delivery when they were short handed in L&D. A subject matter expert I suppose you’d call it. Similarly I didn’t set out … Continue reading

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Thoughts become things

My thoughts are slippery, tricky things. Ideas come and go across my mind all the time. In clinical terms my thought patterns are described as “Knight’s move” thinking (after the chess piece), me, I tend to describe it as having … Continue reading

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