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Welcome to this month’s edition.  Our highlights include:

Damian Piper CBE our Resilience Coach starts this month edition with  ‘Great the Enemy of the Great’  “As May rolls around, my attention turns to the stunning countryside of Italy and the start of the Giro D’Italia, a beautiful and challenging cycling grand tour. With nearly 180 riders competing over the course of three weeks, the Giro is a true test of physical and mental endurance. Yet, beyond the physical feat of completing the race, the Giro offers us a powerful metaphor for life itself……….”

From me the latest addition in the Being Bettina’s Dad series with ‘Managing my Expectations’:  “Dosh is due to hold interviews for a new Financial Advocate soon. One of those interview questions is  “How would you manage the expectations of the service provided by Dosh?”  We have observed from previous interviews that it is something candidates can stumble on so, with help from Bettina, here are some ideas I have learned from Bettina and if you follow these you may get maximum points!”

Courtesy of Meike Beckford, Head of Social Impact Management at Thera Trust.  The Growing Need for Emotional Intelligence at Work – Sally McCutchion

Courtesy of Katie Scott – Non-Executive Director for Dosh.  ‘Best Friend Therapy – Elizabeth Day and Emma Reed Turrell’

“It’s a good reminder that the same principles apply across all aspects of our lives whether it’s at work or not.” Katie

‘The Question That Gets the Answer’ from David Taylor.  I highly recommend his message and it only takes 72 seconds to read!

There is lots more content.  So, let’s dive in….

Steve Raw FinstLM, FCMI, GCGI 



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