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Is it my endocannabinoids or do I just feel good?

About 12 months ago, I sat in a pub with a couple of friends and amongst other ramblings someone tabled… Read more »

Life Lessons from a Tough Mudder Novice

Last weekend I completed my first Tough Mudder, a birthday present from my sons – an hour and a half… Read more »

The Perennial and Persistent Challenges of Leadership

On my travels and the variety of work I do over time, last week was particularly interesting in that I… Read more »

The impact of our unconscious bias on diversity

Recently I’ve been really fortunate to work with a wide range of different health, social and voluntary care professionals exploring… Read more »

Encouraging the Heart – NHS 70 Years On

The Appointed Day – 5th July 1948 was the day that the NHS came into existence.  What an incredible leap of… Read more »

Lost in Translation

It’s everywhere isn’t it!? The conundrum that is funding the NHS I mean. The announcement a few days ago by… Read more »

Top 10 tips for creating a career strategy/plan

Many of us are so caught up with our day to day work that we rarely get a chance to… Read more »

Balancing Competing Priorities

An ongoing dilemma for Boards and Senior Management teams is the balancing of competing priorities.  Every day health care providers… Read more »

Pol Pot in Our Midst?

I don’t get to write these articles very often in these days of retirement, so when I do , its… Read more »

Deeds Not Words

Healthskills Leadership Academy e-letter #114 Deeds Not Words The celebrations last week marking the centenary of one of the greatest… Read more »