The Art of Strengths Coaching

W is for Focusing On The Three Keywords ‘What, How, When’

These were the three keywords I learned when working with young people in therapeutic communities. At the time there were many models for encouraging people, but most boiled down to asking them.

“What are Read more

Z is for Philip Zimbardo: People’s Different Attitudes To Time

In this RSA session Philip provides fascinating insights into different people’s perspectives of time.

He explains why some cultures are more future orientated. But the people in them may miss out on Read more

T is for Trash To Cash

Madhmita Puri’s favourite words are reputed to be ‘I have an idea’. She translated these into action when founding Trash to Cash. The video above is from a talk she gave at a session Read more

C is for Conscious Capitalism: Doing Work That Elevates Humanity

Conscious Capitalism, Inc. is a non-profit organisation dedicated to cultivating the theory and practice of Conscious Capitalism. It does this through events, presentations, publications and social media.

It also supports a network Read more

H is for HopeLab: Harnessing Technology To Improve Health

Pam Omidyar created HopeLab to enable people to use games and other technology to improve their health and well-being. Below are excerpts from the organisation’s website.

You can discover more about HopeLab’s work, together Read more

B is for Abhay Bang And Rani Bang: Improving Health Care In India

Abhay and Rani aim to empower individuals and communities to take care of their own health. They created SEARCH in 1985. This stands for the Society for Education, Action and Research in Communities.

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U is for William Ury: Solving Conflicts

William Ury has a vast background in negotiation and believes it is possible to solve virtually any conflict.

He has written many books on the topic including, with Roger Fisher, the best selling Getting Read more

W is for World Savvy: Helping Young People Become Global Citizens

World Savvy helps students to develop qualities and skills that enable them to thrive and be good global citizens.

Young people learn how to develop their critical thinking, collaboration and teamwork. They also learn Read more

B is for B Lab: Helping People To Build B Corps

Jay Coen Gilbert is the co-founder of B Lab. This is a non profit organisation that helps people to use the power of business to solve social and environmental problems.

In the Read more

B is for Adam Braun: Pencils Of Promise

Adam is the Founder and CEO of Pencils of Promise. His original ambition was to have a career in finance and, after doing well at university, he set out on this path.

Pursuing his Read more