The Zone of Connection is a simple but powerful practice to transform your life in just five minutes a day. Today the authors Sue Coyne and Penny Mallinson give us an insight into the art of caring for yourself.
Christmas is known for being a very indulgent period. The Wellbeing Book by Andrew Sharman gives us insight into how to keep your mind, body, and soul healthy this Christmas with simple practical tips that won’t leave you missing out on all the fun.
An antidote to the pressures of modern life
â—Ź 50 practical ways to boost the wellbeing of our minds, bodies and souls.
â—Ź Each activity takes less than five minutes to complete and provides a rich source of fast-acting relief, fun and vitality.
â—Ź Discover, explore and understand how to live a happier and more fulfilling life.
Andrew Sharman is the Founder and Chief Executive of RMS, global consultants on health, work, and wellbeing to Fortune 500 corporations including Apple, Burberry, Mercedes Benz, and many more. He’s an in-demand EQ practitioner and personal coach to leaders around the globe, a TED speaker, and professor of leadership and culture at one of the world’s top business schools.
With Global Wellness Day on Saturday 9th June, LID Publishing will be talking about Wellbeing on the blog this week. Today’s blog focuses on the best Apps for Self-Preservation and mental wellbeing.
â€˘ Provides a comprehensive and accessible guide for enterprises of all shapes and sizes to make the most of their people.
â€˘ Of particular interest to Chief Human Resource Officers as they become more involved in the strategic direction of the company.
â€˘ This is a highly accessible, story-driven text, with numerous illustrations and exercises.
Steven P. MacGregor grew up in Motherwell in the 1980s, an industrial heartland in Western Scotland that was devastated by a mixture of politics and globalization. Pursuing a PhD in Glasgow that took him to Stanford and Carnegie-Mellon, followed by teaching at IESE in Barcelona, IMD in Lausanne and CEIBS in Shanghai, he has helped improve the health and wellbeing of more than 20,000 managers worldwide through his Sustaining Executive Performance program. He is the founder of The Leadership Academy of Barcelona with recent clients including McKinsey, Salesforce and Santander.
Rory Simpson, a Scot, had parents who were polar explorers and this led to a unique childhood spending summers living with the Inuit in Greenland and Canada and later kayaking and climbing in Alaska, Finland, Norway, Nepal and throughout South America. This experience gave him keen insights for leadership that were honed from an early age. Rory is currently the Chief Learning Officer at TelefĂłnica, and formerly Associate Dean of London Business School. In the last year he delivered leadership seminars in over 25 countries from China to Iran and Chile.
Avoid stress and anxiety in your life by developing financial wellbeing.
â—Ź A practical and simple framework to help anyone take control of their finances.
â—Ź Written by an experienced financial adviser with a realistic view on life.
â—Ź This is a book with mass appeal – money and finance is a daily concern for almost everyone.
â—Ź Part of the hugely popular â€śConcise Adviceâ€ť series of small books with big, practical ideas.
- Publisher: LIDÂ Publishing
- ISBN:Â 978-1-910649-52-7
- FORMAT:Â 180 x 120mm
- Bookbinding: Hardback
- Number of pages: 128pp
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Chris Budd is a FCA authorised financial adviser and managing director of Ovation Finance.
Thinking about starting your own business? Wanting to change your business model or take your company to the next level? These are the 5 books you need to read to succeed in your entrepreneurial adventure.
The Conscious Effect by Natasha Wallace includes 50 practical lessons to transform yourself and your workplace through greater consciousness. Today, we read up on resilience and how to harness it for better productivity and work ethic.
From health improvements to a reduced carbon footprint, we all know the benefits of cycling. However, is it enough to convince you to give up the car and commute to work on a bike instead? We explore this matter on Cycle to Work Day.