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Push Through It Podcast – Episode 10 – Season 1 – Sandra Ng

The latest episode of the Push Through It Podcast, where Mark Corder interviews Sandra Ng. Sandra is a Positive Mindset Coach and her superpower is helping people silence their inner critic, overcome fear, bounce back, and believe in themselves, so they may live a fuller and more satisfying life.

August 4th, 2020|

Push Through It Podcast – Episode 7 – Season 1 – Faye Beddow

The latest episode of the Push Through It Podcast, where Mark Corder interviews Faye Beddow. Faye bounced back from being made redundant on two occasions to set up her own business, Faye Beddow Consulting. Faye has over 20 years’ experience developing organisational resilience, health and transformation.

July 15th, 2020|

Push Through It Podcast – Episode 6 – Season 1 – David Koch

The latest episode of the Push Through It Podcast, where Mark Corder interviews David Koch. David Koch is a retired Police Officer who lives with his wife Gill in the small market town of Wantage in Oxfordshire. David and Gill have two sons, Adam who is a Police Sergeant with the West Midlands Police and Gareth who is still currently classed as a missing person.

July 8th, 2020|

Push Through It Podcast – Episode 4 – Season 1- Chris Wells-West BEM

The latest episode of the Push Through It Podcast, where Mark Corder interviews Chris Wells-West. Starting at the bottom in a very male-dominated environment of UK policing, as a civilian member of Staff, Chris tells some of her story of being in the minority, both as a female and as a civilian member of the team.

June 28th, 2020|

Push Through It Podcast – Episode 3 – Season 1- Leah Steele

The latest episode of the Push Through It Podcast, where Mark Corder interviews Leah Steele. Following her childhood dream to become a lawyer, Leah had to cope with both burnout and ‘imposter syndrome’, working flat in a world where a lack of legal professionals in her family meant that she had to constantly prove herself in her chosen profession. Hear Leah’s story and how she overcame the challenges to do what she loves best.

June 28th, 2020|

Push Through It Podcast – Episode 2 – Season 1- John Whiteman

The latest episode of the Push Through It Podcast, where Mark Corder interviews John Whiteman. As a business trouble-shooter, John successfully turned around the fortunes of over 100 companies with a £0-80m turnover across a wide range of sectors. John found that there is an inextricable link between how you feel and how you perform.

June 28th, 2020|

Push Through It Podcast – Episode 1 – Season 1- Rob Hoblin

The latest episode of the Push Through It Podcast, where Mark Corder interviews Rob Hoblin. Rob has had some significant roles and challenges in his career and shares some of his insights and experiences of resilience. Former police Chief Superintendent, Rob has had a wide range of policing roles, including responsibility for the protection of the UK’s nuclear deterrent along with numerous police officers and civilians.

June 28th, 2020|

Resilience – Push Through It!

Our levels of resilience are tested, to a greater or lesser degree, depending on our prior personal experiences in dealing with challenges and setbacks. The more comfortable we are with being uncomfortable, the less of a negative impact each situation or event may have upon us.

June 20th, 2020|

Podcast Guests Wanted – Do You Have Experience of ‘Resilience’?

We are in the process of recording episodes for a brand-new podcast titled “Resilience – Push Through It”. Having already recorded an interview with a former senior police officer who has provided his perspective on how to reduce stress and be more resilient, we’re looking for more guests to appear on the show and be interviewed as part of the podcast series.

May 22nd, 2020|

Dealing with Change Webinars

They say that “change is the only constant”, and yet for the majority of people, change can bring about a wide range of feelings, from slight discomfort through to full blown stress. You may be one of the majority, who, right now, have a significant period of change to deal with. Even the most resilient of individuals will be tested to their limits during these difficult times.

April 20th, 2020|

How can we help?

The ramifications of this Covid-19 virus (I can only comment on the experience of it from here in the UK) makes me think about the long-term impact on people, not just directly in terms of their health and well-being in relation to becoming ill, but on jobs, income and businesses in general, all of which can be devastating for families too.

March 17th, 2020|

4 Steps to Building Greater Willpower

Willpower is something that, at times, we have all wished we had more of. Whether it’s reaching for that last biscuit, cracking on with your to-do list or skipping a workout, we’re all guilty of falling short when it comes to our willpower and self-control.

March 11th, 2020|

Holding onto those hot email tennis balls

For some time now, emails have been one of the main communication tools in the workplace, enabling us to convey information faster and simultaneously to multiple recipients. There is no doubt that the ability to press ‘send’ and achieve an almost instant message delivery...

February 25th, 2020|

3 Ways Emotional Intelligence can overcome Imposter Syndrome

If you find yourself looking for the “real you” in the workplace, perhaps it’s time to stop looking. If you think about your heroes or those people who you look up to, you may rarely consider that they too will at some point have questioned how and why they’ve got to where they are today?

February 18th, 2020|

Why ‘Attitude’ wins every time

Short and sweet, and a post that I made on LinkedIn in response to something that had been written. The discussion was about Skill v Talent and which is the key to success. I hold a slightly different view.

February 6th, 2020|

3 Benefits of Emotional Intelligence at Work

Emotional intelligence skills are vital when it comes to dealing with people in the workplace. But the good news is, if you haven’t been born with naturally good emotional intelligence, it’s a skill that can constantly be learned and refined.

January 10th, 2020|

Are you a control freak?

No-one likes to think of themselves as a ‘control freak’ and most people will shy away from admitting that they are. Control freaks love it when they are in control but everyone else...

January 5th, 2019|

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