Pamela Kingsland

Pam brings more than 20 years’ experience as an HCPC Registered Psychologist and a Master Executive Coach. She is relentlessly curious, constantly exploring new ideas and focused on developing organisations and leaders to be more effective today and importantly for the future.

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15th December 2022

New Year, New Thinking: The Value of Leaders Creating a New Year ‘Reset’ to Avoid ‘Blue Monday’

Creating the conditions which enable employees to be engaged and motivated should be a top priority for employers. Gallup’s State of the Global Workforce report, which found that only 21% of employees were actively engaged at work, sadly shed light on the fact that employee engagement is not being done effectively, or even prioritised, and […]

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11th October 2022

How to Maintain Brain Health to Support Mental Wellness: Part 2

5. Reduce anxiety Anxiety is known to be harmful to the brain, but how? Some anxiety is normal in us all, but evidence exists that individuals who experience long term and sustained anxiety are 48% more likely to develop cognitive decline. This is due to cortisol, the stress hormone, which if present over the long-term damages parts […]

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10th October 2022

How to Maintain Brain Health to Support Mental Wellness: Part 1

Whilst we may focus on maintaining the health of our bodies, we tend to pay less attention (if any) to the health of our brains. Maybe it’s because we cannot actually see how healthy or not our brains are; but helping maintain brain health should be one of the top priorities for employers in order […]

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20th September 2022

The Rise of ‘Quiet Quitting’ and why it is a Misnomer

The recent rise of what is apparently called ‘quiet quitting’ has sparked the need for organizations to re-examine the modern psychological contract between employer and employee. ‘Quiet quitting’, in terms of working with reduced motivation, has always existed since work first began, and usually resulted in the individual leaving to find a new role that […]

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11th June 2021

Leverage Diversity: Sharing Hearts and Pooling Minds

Diversity brings a range of experience, differences in mindset, background, upbringing, world view, etc. and, as a result, diversity of thinking. When we talk about the business benefits of diversity and inclusion we are thinking of the removal of inequitable barriers and widening of the talent pool, the richness of culture that a diverse workforce […]

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01st April 2021

The competitive advantage of Emotional Intelligence

Why is Emotional Intelligence important to your business, isn’t it just ‘being nice’, or ‘a nice to have’? We would argue that it is a business imperative! In 2019 Harvard Business Review published a paper ‘The EI Advantage’ which demonstrated that Emotional intelligence (abbreviated as EI or EQ) is increasingly and urgently recognized as a […]

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27th January 2021

The Business Case for Developing our Emotional Intelligence

Do you recognise the emotion you are feeling? Can you manage your feelings without allowing them to swamp you? Can you motivate yourself to get tasks completed? Do you sense the emotions of others and respond effectively? If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, it is likely that you have developed […]

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07th October 2020

Brain Health and Mental Wellness: A Business Imperative

Steve Jobs said " It doesn't make sense to hire smart people and then tell them what to do: we hire smart people so they can tell us what to do" When asked what their greatest business asset is, leaders will often reply ‘our people’. Amongst other things they will be thinking about their employees’ […]

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03rd September 2020

Changing the Frame ... #3 of 3

Overcoming negative self-talk and creating motivation using reframing by Pamela Kingsland MSc, BSc (Hons) Psychol, AFBPsS, FMAC, ACIB The final part of our three-part series of articles on ‘Changing the Frame’ explores some examples of cognitive distortions, unhelpful frames of thinking which are common to most of us at one time or another. Many of […]

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02nd September 2020

Changing the Frame ... #2 of 3

Overcoming negative self-talk and creating motivation using reframing by Pamela Kingsland MSc, BSc (Hons) Psychol, AFBPsS, FMAC, ACIB In the first part of my three articles on ‘Changing the Frame’ I set out the principles of reframing. In this part two of the series I move on to the all-important ‘How’ to reframe your thinking. […]

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01st September 2020

Changing the Frame ... #1 of 3

Overcoming negative self-talk and creating motivation using reframing by Pamela Kingsland MSc, BSc (Hons) Psychol, AFBPsS, FMAC, ACIB “My life has been filled with terrible misfortunes, most of which have never happened.” What a great quote. It has been attributed to many people as far back as to Roman times and contains a basic truth. […]

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