Wisdom, grace and wellbeing

It was Rheinhold Niebuhr that first asked for the courage to change the things we can change, the grace to accept those we can't, and the...

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Challenging stress (1)

You know that feeling as stress begins to rise - your heart rate rises, perhaps your breathing gets faster and shallower, perhaps you...

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Challenging stress (2)

This is the second in a series of short pieces about how our unconscious thinking can create unnecessary stress - so called Negative...

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Challenging Stress (3)

(The third in a series of short pieces about how our unconscious thinking can create unnecessary stress - so called Negative Automatic...

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Negotiating maturely

The events of recent weeks at Grangemouth provide a telling example of the need for maturity in workforce relations.  The plant operator...

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Mental Health Awareness

The Financial Times (27 November 2014) carried an article on “How to Stay Mentally Fit” based on an interview between the journalist Tim...

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It’s only talking

I have been running a lot of training sessions recently on mental health awareness.  With senior people in particular, the aim is to help...

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Conflict and mental health

In our mental health awareness training we regularly talk about there being a link between conflict and mental health issues.  Our own...

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World Mental Health Day 2015

World Mental Health Day is on 10 October. The theme this year is Dignity; dignity around how we treat people with mental health problems...

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This is me in the City

My name is Richard Martin.  I am 45 and a father of three.  I am an employment lawyer by training, having been a partner in Jones Day and...

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Engagement with mental health

I have spent much of the last year or so talking to employers about mental health and wellbeing at work. The focus has been on raising...

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Challenging stress (4)

This is the fourth and last in a series of short pieces about how our unconscious thinking can create unnecessary stress - so called...

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Men and mental health

Another week and another major survey is published around mental health.  

This time the Mental Health Foundation reports on how fewer men...

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Surviving or thriving

Mental health awareness week 2017 (MHAW) is round the corner.  This annual event takes place from 8 to 14 May this year and the theme is...

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Stress and separation

How we respond to events is key to owning and managing our levels of stress - it is not the event that troubles us but our reaction to...

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Energy at work

Byrne dean exists to help create kinder, fairer, more productive workplaces.  Focussing on the last of these, I recently came across...

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