As well as psychological contribution and comment to reports and published media, Audrey also writes articles on all aspects of wellbeing.
Sometimes expanding on the topics in her book (management, teams, mindfulness, resilience, growth and so on) Audrey also addresses lifestyle topics such as Reality TV, gaslighting (at work and in relationships), and leadership lessons from Star Wars (May the Force be with you!)
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Picasso said “Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.” This quote was included in a thought provoking article about why "adults don't draw monsters". It looked at the supression of the creative freedom which was encouraged as a child, but needed to be set aside for "more sensible" pursuits as we grew older. Yet, creativity is good for us. It enables self expression when words do not easily flow. It gives us ownership of the thing w
I'm extremely adaptable. You want someone to do X - I can do it. You want someone to speak to Y - I can do it. You want someone to run Z - I can do it too. Having clocked up degrees in Psychology, Teaching and Law - I've also spent time in each profession (learning to be the "best coach", the "best Teacher", the "best solicitor") through both training and experience. I've also kept my hand in theatre and performance - where again I've had to learn to direct so I retain the mo
For those of you unfamiliar with "Escape Rooms", they are the innovative, interactive, live team experience where you are "locked" in a room and have to solve puzzles in order to escape. The live game was developed on the Continent and based on similar "room escape" games on computer. There are now hundreds in the UK - for an extensive list and reviews please visit www.exitgames.co.uk and www.thelogicescapesme.com. So addicted did I become having played my first game in Osl
“Come to the edge.
We might fall.
Come to the edge.
It's too high!
COME TO THE EDGE!
And they came
And he pushed
And they flew.” Christopher Logue, CBE To me, this poem reminds me of the essence of “Coaching” – it is not about teaching, nor being the “safety net”, but believing that someone can do something, and being with them (mentally) as they do. It is quite easy to talk about the importance of “direct” coaching to those who choose to be coached eg. People who seek