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Pushing boundaries I am a psychologist and I focus on strengths. Learning to Flourish helps people to push their boundaries in demanding, complex and uncertain workplaces.

We help schools become more courageous places of learning using the latest applied positive psychology thinking.  After working with us, teachers and pupils learn to harness their distinctive, authentic and energising personal strengths. Learning to Flourish offers schools complete strengths-based teaching programmes. For groups of teachers and pupils we provide strength-building sessions, leadership development coaching workshops and transition programmes.

Learning to Flourish helps leaders become more daring and disciplined. Entrepreneurs and managers are more creative, motivated and successful when they know drives them, a discovery process we facilitate using our Spark your Drive® positive psychology framework. We offer leaders and their teams, strength-building sessions, leadership development and coaching workshops.

NHS clinicians, managers and support staff work with us to become more resilient. NHS staff become more energised, confident and gain clarity of thinking by rediscovering what motivates them using the Spark your Drive® positive psychology framework. For all levels of staff, we offer strengths-building sessions, leadership development and coaching workshops.




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Peter #Drucker's timeless advice on Managing Oneself: Once we know ourselves better (self-awareness), we can use intelligence to work with others for creating results we seek to deliver.

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A HUGE congrats to the first-ever STV Growth EDGE Award winner at #EDGE16Awards, Fresh Car Care, winning £25k + £75k worth of airtime for a commercial from STV.

I'm reading an increasing number of articles on how leaders can support their teams to experience "post-traumatic growth" (PTG - increased wellbeing) as an outcome of #Covid19. It's about values-based leadership and attention to community: Via @HarvardBiz

Productivity comes from focusing on your to-do list.
Growth starts with making your to-learn list.

If you put learning on the back burner, you get more done without getting better.

Improving depends on setting goals for knowledge and skills to build, not just tasks to finish.

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