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Useful Resources

Are you looking for a site that brings together a range of perspectives?

Here are some useful links to other websites that have shaped my beliefs. I'll add to the list as I read books usually and try not to make it too long. I am always on the lookout for valuable resources. If you have any sites that you think should be included here, contact me.

In alphabetical order;

http://www.authentichappiness.sas.upenn.edu/
A great site sponsored by Dr Martin Seligman, giving free tools to assess your own happiness. He is a major force behind the Positive Psychology movement, a movement interested in discovering what is right with people and not what is wrong with them.


http://www.cnvc.org/
Marshall Rosenberg's wonderful book on Non Violent Communication is a must read resource for anyone wanting to improve their communication skills.


http://www.fierceinc.com/
Susan Scott's book called Fierce Conversations is another must read if you want to be able to handle difficult relationships.


http://www.margaretwheatley.org/
Margaret Wheatley paints an alternative and powerful view of organisations and how they work. I use Margaret Wheatley's work to frame my Leadership Programs and team programs. Her work rarely fails to shed new light onto old problems; and generate simple solutions - great stuff!!!


http://www.reciprocity.com.au/
Dr Scott John, my friend and mentor developed the Reciprocity Approach through ten years of research and consulting. Check out his website and his own thinking.


http://www.richard-reeves.com/pages/books/happy_mondays/synopsis.asp
Work has had centuries of bad press, being blamed for a range of societal ills. This book puts work back into its proper perspective and will help us all have Happy Mondays.


http://www.the tablegroup.com/
Patrick Lencioni has written a series of fables about effective teams and leaders. While he uses a 'deficit' model in his stories (e.g. The Five Dysfunctions of a Team), I have used his models to help explain a range of common challenges teams and managers face. Highly recommended reading.

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