Tag Archives: Centred

Embodied Leadership – A Must Read Book Review

This post links the reader to my OD blog, ODInsights.com for a review of Pete Hamill’s book on Embodied Leadership. Continue reading

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Mind The Gap Voiceover Re-Instated

Oswald Laurence, who died over a decade ago, had his recording of “Mind The Gap” removed from the London Underground Embankment station to be replaced by a new recording. His widow, who traveled on the tube simply to hear her husband’s voice, campaigned for its reinstatement and the tube company agreed. Continue reading

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Mind The Gap – Consider your levels of presence and improve your levels of performance.

I often find myself on platforms waiting for trains. I see the warnings to “Mind The Gap” between the train and the platform edge. Apart from the immediate dangers of falling betwixt locomotive and platform, these words also remind me … Continue reading

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Being centred and grounded – lessons from a busy commute

Practising centering and being grounded on a busy commute helps me stay positive, focused on the present and enables insight. Continue reading

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