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Emotional Regulation

By |Feb 9th, 2022|Articles, Home|

What are the skills of Courageous Conversations? Emotional regulation is a most helpful skill for courageous conversations. Emotions will [...]

What I learnt from an Ex-Gangster about Emotions

By |Aug 10th, 2020|Articles, Home|

I had tears in my eyes as he said "I’d tell him to learn more about emotions". I [...]

Mastering emotions with these 3 things

By |Jul 14th, 2020|Articles|

Emotions are a critical part of being human.  And they are just emotions. They are important signals that [...]

The Gift and Power of Emotional Courage

By |Feb 13th, 2019|Articles|

Psychologist Susan David shares how being courageous with our emotions is not only powerful, but a gift of [...]

A Case Statement: Highly Emotional Personal Assistant

By |Jun 10th, 2017|case studies|

A Case Statement for how the [be brave] Coaching Programme will help Personal Assistants to Shine: The stress is [...]

Alanis Morissette on Emotions

By |Jan 29th, 2016|Articles|

"Having left the border of South Africa and entered Botswana, we drove along the pothole-ridden road towards our [...]

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People who inspire me

By |Aug 16th, 2015|Articles|

Sometimes life introduces us to amazing people, and their work or message touches us deeply. I experienced this with hearing of Karina Anderson’s work, and then interviewing her about the SmilingOne’s NPO initiative ‘The SmilingOne Foundation’ and the SmilingOne Change Agents. And then I had a conversation with one of those SmilingOne Change Agents, Franklin Esau, who turned his life around from one of crime, to a life of understanding and kindness, and a significantly positive contribution to society. Karina’s work is about inspiring personal value-based leadership, mainly in prisons. […]

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Case Study of our Live Coaching Programme

By |Jun 18th, 2015|Articles, case studies|

M.R. is a Sales Manager for a large organization, and is a mother of three, studying for her MBA and driven to advance her career towards becoming COO. Yet she knew that she would need to grow in a few areas and develop her communication skills to achieve her ultimate goals. She experienced a fear of confrontation, and so steered away from asserting herself or speaking up, and found that others walked over her and she battled to get her team’s buy-in and get them on board to her sales strategy. […]

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Why is Happiness so Elusive? A Perspective

By |Feb 2nd, 2015|Articles|

Happiness is that “feeling good” feeling, that lightness and joy that we feel when things are going the [...]

Three facts about emotions

By |Oct 21st, 2014|Articles|

Sometimes it can feel like our emotions control our lives. Here are three facts about emotions to help you manage them more effectively, and so lead a more powerful life. […]

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