Online Resources

I understand. You’re busy. You know what training you want. You need the flexibility to access it on your own terms.

I have created online recordings of the content of some of my most popular workshops. You can access them as and when you need them, the video – subtitled of course so you can watch and/or listen as you prefer, the slides, a workbook as a downloadable pdf file. You’ll find everything you need in the most convenient format.

I can make these resources available to a cohort of your staff or students. I can arrange for individual purchases to named people.

Let me know what access you need and we can make this happen! Contact me now.

Currently available:

Finding peace, priorities and productivity in turbulent times

Never more relevant than now; we are facing unprecedented challenges to “the way things are done”, facing upheaval personally and professionally and still faced with the need to get stuff done.

This workshop will be a little different to typical time management workshops. Yes, we cover vitally important elements including prioritisation, organising our time and our diaries, ways to deal with overwhelm and how to get things done.

We approach this through the lens that time management is also very much about energy management, facing tasks with the right attitudes and the right energies to get things done.

This content will give you tools to help you to choose the most important things when all things seem important. We will consider different ways to assess priorities, to deal with time-wasters and with deadlines.

We also explore a number of tools and strategies to help us make better use of the time that we have.

Managing Pressure Positively

Stress, an inescapable part of everyday life?

Right now, many of us are doing ordinary things very differently, trying things out maybe for the first time, maybe creating that “new normal”. Some of us will love this, more of us will find it exhausting.

This series of videos will help you to understand the nature and sources of our stress, to understand the relationship between pressure and stress, to see the relationship between resource and demand.

When we see how the resources we have, or believe we have, significantly change the effects and consequences of stressors, we will understand why it is so important to be aware of how we think about stress. 

We will gain skills to deal with stress symptoms and with stressful situations in a more helpful way and explore different ways to relax and how to choose a healthier and happier future.

The skills gained can be equally applied to stress at home or at work, from dealing with tasks or to managing people and situations.


Imposter Syndrome, Sources and Solutions

Do you feel as good as they think you are?

This secret fear that we’re not really good enough is surprisingly widespread.
In the face of tangible evidence of their success, many women, some men, people who are genuine high-achievers, are often wracked by self doubt and the fear of being found out.
You might recognise these Imposter Syndrome feelings when:

  • you don’t put yourself forward because you fear you’ll fail
  • you don’t contribute in meetings because you don’t want to look a fool
  • you admit you’ve done pretty well so far but feel it was really lucky
  • other people doing similar jobs seem to be more “grown up” than you feel.

If not addressed Imposter Syndrome feelings can cause individuals to experience significant stress, anxiety and fear. It can drive them to burnout or inhibit them from achieving their full potential, prevent them from making valuable contributions to projects or meetings and deprive an organisation from seeing the very best that their staff can give.
During this workshop “Imposters” will explore:

  • What Imposter Syndrome is…
  • Who is likely to experience Imposter feelings and why
  • Unconscious bias in the workplace
  • How to deal with Imposter feelings