Harriet Green

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In factual terms, the danger of the eye of the storm are the winds circling that make up the eyewall which is the gnarliest part of it all! They form an unbroken line of extremely powerful downpours & winds can roar to 140 mph. As leaders we have all faced extraordinary times of crisis, challenge & ...

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I love these BBC Ideas Series and this little video is super clear, fun and actionable: https://lnkd.in/gSPZmGb The Stroop Test is a fantastic way to see how your brain is processing information, and really makes you think about how we learn, tailor our responses using prediction and our resources correctly, making us ...

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Further to my recent post on play (http://ow.ly/Cfea50Exo4v) your feedback inspired me, so I wanted to share with you this wonderful Caitlin Quarrington Educational TedTalk, "The key to work is play": http://ow.ly/YrSJ50Exo4w Of the two traditional forms of play, recreational (basketball, board games) and integrated ...

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This topic is v close to my daily life and I found this read v insightful on how women's ability to lead is judged by email! Really? https://lnkd.in/gv5yAjM The brilliant article asks what is the “right” tonal balance for a woman executive to use in her emails, but the real question ...

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The New Push and Pull of our Destiny

March 30, 2021 - By Luan Wise - Leadership

The powerful almost visceral push of what we desire and the extraordinary pull or our calling is becoming more and important to a new generation of employees and a new era. As leaders and followers we all need to think hard about the questions being asked by individuals as we emerge from the vortex of ...

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My Compass & My Clock

March 26, 2021 - By Luan Wise - Inspiration, Uncategorized

From a very early age my love of telling the time from my Grandmothers Grandfather's Clock, wearing a watch from age 4 (!) and never wasting a second was huge for me! Partly poor sleep, maybe some compensation for those around me who were always late, my focus on being early for things was almost obsessional. Then ...

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I love so much about the amazing writer JRR Tolkien and how the horrifying experiences of the war created such an extraordinary storyteller, and how his rage against the Nazi Machine honed his passion for nature, trees and rewilding. Tolkien’s extraordinary love of nature and the earth is manifest throughout his books as trees ...

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In my latest mutual mentoring meetings, two talented Gen Z’ers have expressed real anxiety about returning to their place of work in countries that have fully exited lockdowns. I shared some thoughts & ideas plus a practical article: 1. It’s totally ok and normal to feel uncertain & distressed at this incredibly challenging time ...

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As I join with you all in the UK on this National Day of Reflection after a year of lockdown, I have a few thoughts and, as always, welcome yours. First, I was v struck by this Fast Company Article “You are not the person you were before the pandemic” https://lnkd.in/gr3rxXg ...

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The Magic of Now & How We Stoke our Fire

March 22, 2021 - By Luan Wise - Inspiration

As I exchanged with the mighty Eleanor Mills on her great article in The Guardian, https://lnkd.in/g_4AKrq, I wanted to share some thoughts from my new phase of life that I'm loving! These approaches support the 'three hobbies' approach and build confidence & resilience... 1. Make Your Time Meaningful Once you pass the ...

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