- We help people at work unlock their capacity for mindfulness and compassion
- Enabling higher levels of focus, empathy and resilience
- Allowing people at all levels to be at their very best
Articles We Have Written
Over the years we have written articles and blog posts, contributed to peer-reviewed journals, and generally done whatever we can to get our ideas across. All of that focussed on what gets us up in the morning: our desire for a more humane world - including especially the world of work. Here is a selection from that.
AIM for the New Frontiers of Work
An article for the European Business Review by Chris Nichols, Philippa Hardman and Michael Chaskalson. Many organisations have announced plans for fully remote working, others have announced radical flexibility plans. The reality is that remote and home working during the COVID-19 pandemic has proved a highly differentiated experience: not available for all, wonderful for some, a disaster for others. If it is now “wired in” for many of us as part of our future way of working, we must ask how we can do it well, to become and remain vibrant, participative and healthy human communities. We think that mindful practice using the AIM approach can be powerful, and we convened an informal “pop up” online research event to explore the question. This article summarises what we found.
Aiming to Nourish the More Human Organisation
An article by Michael, Chris and other colleagues from the European Business Review. Most of the organisations we work with aspire to be good places to work, genuinely wanting to provide nourishing places for people to work. But since the Covid pandemic we notice how increasingly difficult it is to keep sight of the humanity of people at work. We discuss what will help.
The Wise Leader
An article on Wise Leadership for the European Business Review by Michael Chaskalson, Chris Nichols and Philippa Hardman. "Noisy egos, at all levels in organisations, bring chaos or stifled compliance in their wake" they say, and "one of the key characteristics of Wise Leaders is that they have quieter egos."