Tag Archive for psychology

A Week on The Interwebs – 8th March

For what seems like an age I have planned to restart blogging the useful things I have found or learnt during the week. Partly as a resource and reference for myself, and partly as a way of curating the web – Google determines what is useful partly by what is linked to, and what Google determines is useful is, largely,… Read more →

If you don’t do the little things the bigs things will never happen

This week I spent an evening the company of David Gurteen, who is the wonderful human being behind the “Knowledge Café” series. This particular evening we were at the NHS London Leadership Academy. The conversation was, as usual, wide-ranging and challenging, particularly looking at how leaders can be meaningfully attentive, bridging the requirements to both deliver and to care in… Read more →

Psyched and Grateful

Realising that if I don’t write a blog post my head is probably going to explode, I guess that’s the reverse of writer’s block isn’t it? So, I did it. I’m psyched. Actually, Dip.Psych‘ed to be specific. My little jamboree of academic qualifications now includes science, engineering, education, technology, theology and psychology. For the latter, I am grateful to Dr… Read more →