Category: Corporate Wellbeing

Nic Stephen Introduction

April 16, 2019 by

SRA would like to introduce you to one of our business affiliates; Steph Edmunds. Steph is founder and Certified Professional Life Coach at SESC. Her friendly, engaging & inquisitive nature is what sparked her interest in coaching – an expertise that allows her to maximise her ability to relate authentically to help clients whilst cutting to the heart of the matter. We hope you enjoy learning a bit more about Steph!

Categories: Business coaching, Change, Communication, Corporate Wellbeing, Culture, Employee Engagement, High Performance, Inspiration, Leadership, Management, Nic Stephen, personal development, Strategy, Strategy & Leadership

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Conversations that Count

March 19, 2019 by

One of my favourite things  is working with leaders on having the Conversations that Count.  This is not just about constructive feedback but also about giving recognition.  Most leaders struggle with these conversations. Some may find it easier to give recognition but shy away from constructive feedback, others don’t like giving recognition but are comfortable […]

Categories: Balance, Corporate Wellbeing, happiness, Meaning and purpose, mindfulness, personal development, Sara Redman, Self awareness, Wellbeing

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Coming Clean…

January 24, 2019 by

It is mid-January as I write this now and I woke up this morning to return to work with genuine fire in my belly. I noticed in my morning meditation that I actually feel lighter and more centred than I have in years….and of course it is a truly welcome, blissful feeling.  I was curious […]

Categories: Balance, Corporate Wellbeing, happiness, Meaning and purpose, mindfulness, personal development, Sara Redman, Self awareness, Wellbeing

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Unrealistic time frames are limiting your true potential

March 28, 2017 by

With seemingly never ending to-do lists many leaders find themselves endeavouring to pack as much into their time schedule as possible.  To describe it as being ‘overly optimistic’ about what can be achieved in a certain amount of time is an immense understatement. Studies into time management tell us that a task almost always takes […]

Categories: Corporate Wellbeing, Leadership, Uncategorized

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It’s hard to find good help

February 24, 2016 by

It’s hard to find good help. You’ve definitely heard it; maybe you have even said it. So here’s why that’s simply not good enough. Good employees are not something pre-built that we find through a recruiter or HR; they are something we have to build. You’ve probably heard it after someone has made a mistake, […]

Categories: Business coaching, Communication, Corporate Wellbeing, Culture, Employee Engagement, Leadership, Management, Self awareness, Uncategorized, Wellbeing, Workplace Culture

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Are you productive or just busy?

October 23, 2015 by

How many times a day would you ask someone how they are and the response would be – Busy. They don’t say yeah awesome! or they don’t even say pretty good – just busy. Is busy really how you want to be describing your days? What about being able to say you are epic and […]

Categories: Balance, Corporate Wellbeing, High Performance, HR, Inspiration, Leadership, Meaning and purpose, Personal Development, Uncategorized, Workplace Culture

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Reducing the negative effects of multitasking – 9 helpful tips

January 09, 2015 by

Multitasking has become a common part of life for most individuals. Workers spread themselves thin by using numerous communication channels, technologies, and devices somewhat simultaneously.  Focusing our brain on one specific task has benefits, but the one task focus situation is becoming less common in many job situations. Accuracy and analytical ability are significantly important […]

Categories: Corporate Wellbeing, High Performance, mindfulness, Personal accountability, Personal Development, Uncategorized, Wellbeing

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The case for corporate wellbeing

July 10, 2014 by

Every aspect of your team’s physical, mental, and emotional health is encompassed by corporate wellbeing. When we are stressed, off balance, unfocused, negative, or self-limiting – we don’t perform to our potential, and we also influence the way others act around us. SRA’s Corporate Wellbeing programs aim to provide tools and techniques that will help […]

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S.T.O.P. + take a step towards Mindfulness.

February 18, 2014 by

We live much of our lives on “automatic pilot” rather than being awake to the present moment. We are constantly distracted with fantasies, memories, hopes and fears about what is going on rather than seeing the direct, immediate reality of our experience and fully engaging in the present moment. Use this S.T.O.P. exercise to bring […]

Categories: Corporate Wellbeing, mindfulness, personal development, Self awareness, Uncategorized, Wellbeing

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