Integration Training Journal - Mark Walsh's Blog

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.

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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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The Science of Embodiment

Is There An Evidence-Base For Embodied Training? Embodiment is the study of the subjective aspect of the body. If the standard medical model sees the body as an object, a thing, embodiment concerns the body as who we are - an I. It is ...

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Embodiment for Trainers & Coaches – Paul Linden UK Workshop – 31st August

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Brighton - 31st August 10am-5pm 1-1's available 1st September 2-5pm

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Five Lessons learnt for climbing at work

Many thanks to Catherine Wilks of In Movement for this guest blog. ___________________________________________________________________ I’ve got a mountain to climb’ is a common expression that is often used to describe how work can feel, either when we are starting on a new venture or when we are facing a ...

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The Body and Leadership Fundamentals – chapter 3

Here is the latest extract from my upcoming book The Body and Leadership.   Chapter 3 - Fundamentals -  Know thyself... So now we have our embodied context, have started to develop some body awareness and to learn to use our intention. Next let’s explore what are the fundamentals that make a bodymind tick and get ...

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The Problem with Body Language Training

My chosen field of study and work is embodied training. When I tell people this they normally think I mean body language and this is frustrating as they are some critical differences. Describing them has also led me to be very clear about what is not helpful in body language training as it is ...

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