stress management

Building mental resilience in the work-place.

We all need to regularly check ourselves for physical signs of dis-ease, don’t we? You know the sort of thing, Body Mass Index, lumps and bumps in various places, moles and marks on our skin. What do we do when we discover any of the above? The best practice is to take a trip to the GP. Why? To chat it through, to find out if there is anything to worry about. Then, if further investigation is needed we are…

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Ensuring resilience in the corporate world.

Coaching: ensuring resilience in the corporate world. Everyone suffers with stress, it’s how you manage it that counts! * 1 in 5 are affected. * Its the biggest cause of sickness. * 103 million days are lost costing £1.24 billion Source Health & Safety Executive What systems do you have in place to support your staff within Human Resources? How do you provide emotional support? How do you ensure that stress, helpful in some circumstances, does not become a negative force?…

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Fake it until you make it…?

Fake it until you make it. So you have done it. Your feet are under the desk. They believed everything and yet you still feel like a fraud somewhere deep within. Many people in positions of authority do not allow anyone near enough to let them really ‘see’ them. It’s a risk, after all they may doubt you, and they may start to give you those funny looks that ask the question; ‘Is she/he for real?’ You know that thing…

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Extrovert versus introvert

I was interested to read The Economist article: Shhhh! Companies would benefit from helping introverts to thrive It challenges what so many of us see as the most effective, or even better personality type: namely, the bigger the personality the better the outcome. I am someone who is seen by many as an extrovert, I do see myself as one too, but over time I have come to realise that I am well and truly on the introvert/extrovert spectrum. I…

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About Susie Flashman Jarvis

One part of blogging is to write about myself. That in itself is a challenge, not because I don’t know myself but rather, I need to think about what I want you to know.

As a coach or a therapist the general rule of thumb is, don’t disclose things about yourself unless it is useful for the client. However, I believe in congruence and I believe that someone is more likely to be themselves if they experience authenticity in another.

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