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Stress and the City

Posted By Karen Kimberley, The Engagement Ring, 24 July 2017
Updated: 24 July 2017
Excited about my upcoming events in London and hope to see some coaching colleagues attend or recommend to their contacts perhaps? Stress is such a common problem in the workplace and it takes a lot to get people to talk about it and share their problems ...but it's the first step to developing resilience and learning coping mechanisms. We had some great feedback last week at the first session we ran where people really appreciated the opportunity to talk about stress and its impact and admit that modern life is challenging and demanding and that our 'always on' culture doesn't serve us well. Social media was just one of the topics that was covered, but the tendency to become isolated and withdraw is the worrying first step to real anxiety and from there potentially depression. It's a fact that inactivity breeds depression. If you have clients who are stuck and limiting their lives and you need some answers please come along and find out more. Here is the link https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/stress-and-the-city-how-to-become-positive-confident-resilient-tickets-35571363907

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Book Recommendations

Posted By Calum Byers, Schiltron Associates, 24 July 2017
I'm fairly new to coaching and have been doing a lot of reading around the topic. I've created a summary of some of the books that I've found to be helpful, and would be happy to share this with others. I'd also be interested in recommendations that others might have for books that have helped them on their journey. The list is attached - and is also available at www.schiltronassociates.com/resources

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