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Brighton (Sussex)/ London UK

Where business training, management & leadership training, time & stress management, coaching and team building meet "alternative" content. For all who integrate BOTH worlds as human business beings - to benefit themselves, their work and the world.

Tag Archive: intuition

A Story of Failure – by Mark Walsh

Brought up by teachers and with a precocious reading habit, school was easy for me as a child. I found book learning straightforward and thought this was the only way to learn that mattered...until my driving test, an important milestone and practical matter ...

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Embodied Training for Coaches, Trainers, Consultants and HR Professionals

Date: Sunday 2nd June & Monday 3rd June 2013 (postponed) Venue: Hong Kong With Mark Walsh of Integration Training, UK Hosted by Emily Chan, Life Coach What does the body have to do with who we are, the impact we make on others and what ...

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Integral Fitness – What is Fitness Really?

"What is finess really?" Mark Walsh gives us an extended integral definition of fitness is used which nay be surprising as it covers not just our bodies - stamina, strength, etc, but also grace, posture, relaxation, responsiveness, emotions, intuition and more. Integral transformative practice (ITP) and integral life practice is also discussed.

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Lead Stoicism – Stoic Philosophy and Leadership in Modern Times

I would like to propose that a modern version of an ancient philosophy is what is needed for leadership today. In times that are both turbulent, fast changing and austere on one hand, and unrelentingly touchy-feely and sickeningly positive on the other, one answer is ...

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7 Essential Embodied Tools for Leadership, Training and HR

Integration Training’s specialty as a company is the fast growing area of embodied training, sometimes called somatics or physical intelligence. This way of doing training engages people who learn with their bodies (kinaesthetic learners), works at a fundamentally deeper level than power point so it enables real change and it sticks because real learning ...

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The Business of Poetry

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Guest blogger and motivational coach and performance poet Louise Taylor on business and poetry: ............. “Without leaps of imagination, or dreaming, we lose the excitement of possibilities. Dreaming, after all, is a form of planning.  Gloria Steinem Twisted River Performance Poetry by Louise Taylor A twisted river flows, it knows the way. Warmly wriggles over bare toes. Speeding flows wash stony ...

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