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Resilience

Resilience, self-management and the practice of law

Resilience is the ability to adapt continually to stress and adversity by facing difficult experiences and rising above them with relative ease. On its own, however, resilience may not be enough. Read more...

Building a stronger personal foundation is a key element in better mental wellbeing

Building and maintaining a strong personal foundation is a sound antidote for minimising the onset or worsening of many mental health issues. More to the point, it is a wonderful lever for improving mental health or wellbeing. Read more...

Feeling good is good for everyone

Scientific research shows that working with colleagues and developing a sense of how your work has meaning can make you feel great. Team trust and development activities can lead to more enthusiasm about your work and better outcomes for clients. Read more... 

How to keep mentally sharp

Staying at the top of your game cognitively requires some attention. Olympic athletes will go into training and undertake special diets so they can reach the top of their game. And there will be things that they avoid in their quest for success. A similar process can help us all stay mentally sharp. Here are a series of steps you can take. Read more... 

Breaking the busy habit

The adrenaline rush of a busy day can be energising, but research has found that winding down and switching off at the end of the day is important so you can perform again the next day. Read more...

Last updated on the 17th May 2019