How can managers and leaders make returning from maternity leave easier for working mothers? I spoke to some parents at Mind Tools to find out.
Love it or hate it, risk is unavoidable, but Rachel Salaman hears how we can harness its power responsibly and successfully
Hear from two of our in-house writers about what it's like to become a published author, and the life lessons they picked up on the way
What can we learn from the recently deceased "Father of CBT" Dr Aaron Beck? Identifying 10 types of distorted thinking.
Until only recently, I believed that once you reach your 50s, you become almost unemployable. No one wants to invest in someone with such limited working life left, I thought
"I see ‘mental muscle’ as a bridge over the troubled waters of the mind to connect subconscious to the superconscious"
At 45, I decided to give up my teaching job and enroll in a journalism course. My first pitch landed me a short documentary for national radio. My producer Alexis had believed in my ability to succeed
We all know the value of feedback in the workplace. It can help you to improve your performance, to reassure you that you are on the right track, and to stop you from making serious errors. But can you give feedback to managers?
I'd set myself the daunting self-improvement challenge of running 100 km in a day. Here are the lessons-for-life I learned – the hard way!
I'm full of fear, and I only have myself to blame. Six months ago, I signed a form to say that I would run 100 km in a day. There's clearly only one sensible response to that: why? Well, I wanted to raise money for a children's charity that's close to my heart. But I […]