The study of ethics is a tireless pursuit, felt across all walks of life. And this pursuit plays out time and again in sports, particularly the world of motorsports. To shed light on this industry, it was a pleasure to chat with Blair Henry of The Blair Project, an organisation that’s focused on bringing sustainability and change to motorsports.
When it comes to market research, there are many tools at our disposal. And one of the most effective mediums for gathering data and building a full picture of customer behaviour is the survey. Sam McNerny is a survey expert who goes far beyond the surface level of yes or no questions and his research philosophy is worth hearing.
Read on to learn more about his story and how the French philosopher Michel de Montaigne inspired his work.
Listening is arguably the most important life skill we can have. It’s how we show we’re connected to each other, how we process information and turn knowledge into wisdom.
It’s also about more than just hearing someone and Colin Smith has dedicated his life to helping people become better listeners and developing their own philosophy of being connected to someone else.
In this interview, we delve into listening techniques, the musicality of listening and how leaders can get better at paying attention.
Having a mental health conversation is more than just being open about what we’re feeling. It’s about holding ourselves and each other accountable to do better in breaking down stigmas, especially in the workplace.
Creating a positive work culture of mental health is a key area of change and it’s people like Mike Holland who’re on the front line of this fight.
A hypnotherapist, Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) coach and self-development coach for leaders, Holland is the founder of Mind Being You.
We talk about how business leaders can do more for the mental health crisis, why mindfulness is more than just relaxation sessions and more.