The fifth episode in our podcast series focuses on complexity and collaboration.
In this week’s insight, Hetty Einzig shares her thoughts on how we’re adapting to life coming out of lockdown. She urges us all to take our time, notice what we’re feeling and experiencing, and stay true to what feels right for us in this period of ongoing transition.
The Covid pandemic continues to test us at all levels of society, in our homes, with our families and at work. As we write (March 2021) the rapid roll out of vaccines, at least in the UK, offers hope for the year ahead, but we are still far from anywhere near ‘normal.’
Resilience is always important, but never more so than in times of uncertainty and volatility. At Mezzana Partners, we’ve had 25 years experience working with Olympic athletes, exceptional leaders, and global businesses, develop their resilience in a proactive and strategic way.
A conversation with Duncan Law, Consultant Clinical Psychologist who has over 30-years’ experience working in applied psychology across elite sporting environments, including premier league football,
As businesses are navigating a return to the workplace, safety is foremost in everyone’s minds. And while the focus is necessarily on creating a physically safe, bio-secure environment, paying attention to creating psychological safety is critical AND maintain (or even re-establish) an emphasis on productivity and performance.
It’s a deliberate choice to spend time investing in relationships. It’s not a ‘given’ that your relationships will benefit from spending time together socially or engaged in a collaborative venture. It takes focused effort to build, sustain and nurture high quality relationships.