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This new book by Dr Henry Cloud, clinical psychologist and leadership consultant, provides a good overview of trust – how it works, what’s required to have trust, how to develop trust and repair it when it is broken. Cloud explains that “we can become better and better at knowing who is trustworthy and who is
What is trust? The word trust can be used as a noun (something you have) or a verb (something you do). As a noun, trust can be defined as “assured reliance on the character, ability, strength or truth of someone or something” (Merriam-Webster) As a verb, trust can be defined as a belief that “someone
This book was published in 2006, but I revisited it while preparing our new Trauma Informed Practice course. The book is quite a challenging read as it includes detailed case studies of traumatized children; however it is essential in understanding the impact of trauma experienced in early childhood. The book demonstrates that children are not
This book is all about being stuck, something we all face at various times in our lives, in various endeavours. Alter reassures us that everyone gets stuck, and that it is actually a feature, not a bug on the path to success. However, the difference between those who succeed and those who do not lies
What are generations? Generations are groupings of people based on their date of birth into time periods of about 15 years. The five most recent generations are: The Silents / Traditionalists (born between around 1925-1945); The Baby Boomers (born between around 1946-1964); Generation X (born between around 1965-1979); Millennials / Gen Y (born between around
Those of you who know me well will no doubt be aware of my delight in some good myth busting! This book is full of myth-busting goodness, including myths about intelligence, brain architecture and structure, teaching and learning, human development, learning environments, mind-body balance, brain plasticity, memory, attention, and language. A neuromyth is an entertaining