All Posts by Catherine Stothart

Trust and Leaders

There’s a definite lack of trust at the moment – in our institutions, in politicians, and sometimes between leaders and their teams at work.  Trust arises from shared experience and our judgements of each other’s behaviour.   About trust: We trust people whom we regard as reliable and predictable – people who do what they […]

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Grief and SPICE

Life after a bereavement is never the same again, so the goal is to build a new life while still valuing the grief you feel. The SPICE model, which looks after the whole person, can help you do this.

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To do or to map?

Japanese management techniques like kaizen and kanban were all the rage years ago when I worked for Ford Motor Company and ICL.  The concepts of continuous improvement and just in time delivery are still relevant to most businesses these days.  These ideas work on a personal level too –  continuous learning, growth mindset and now […]

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The Power of Self-Belief

I have just caught up with Simon Mundie’s interview of Kelly Holmes about whether self-belief is the single most important factor in success. A good question to ask in the week when the Liverpool and Spurs football teams delighted their fans……

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Easter Reflections

How will you use the Easter break (if you have one)? How about taking stock of those New Year’s resolutions? How are things going? Are you spending enough time on the things that give your life a sense of meaning and purpose?

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