Stretching Awareness

Stretching Awareness Article by Steve Harvey, Associate Impromptu I’m currently reading a novel by Lisa Genova called Left Neglected. It is about a highly successful, perpetually busy career and family woman, Sarah Nickerson, whose life is devastated as a result of...

Abrasive Leadership

Abrasive Leadership Article by Steve Harvey, Associate Impromptu Not so long ago I was working with a senior manager who recounted a recent example of a meeting with a director from their business, not the person’s direct manager, but someone they had occasional...

Why Don’t You?

Why Don’t You? Article by Steve Harvey, Associate Impromptu “The truth is rarely pure and never simple.” Oscar Wilde We all do it, don’t we? Avoid tricky conversations. We evade them altogether, or we come at them from such oblique angles that...

Reframing Regret

Reframing Regret Article by Steve Harvey, Associate Impromptu Until recently I couldn’t really countenance the idea of regret. Regret is something I associated with living in the past, with unhealthy dwelling. It felt like regret was too wrapped up with negative...

Where Does Self-belief Really Come From

Where Does Self-belief Really Come From Article by Steve Harvey, Associate Impromptu Over the past few weeks I have been binge listening to Steven Bartlett’s podcast series, ‘The Diary of a CEO’. I don’t think I have ever binged on anything so avidly in all my life....

Inhabiting the Sage Perspective

Inhabiting the Sage Perspective Article by Steve Harvey, Associate Impromptu Since stepping back from full-time work I have become engaged with Positive Intelligence (PQ). Some of you, I know, are familiar with it. For those who aren’t, the proposition is both simple...