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The Leaders Guide to Wellbeing

The Leaders Guide to Wellbeing

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'Follow your passion' " no help...Many successful people are passionate, but often their passion developed alongside their success, rather than coming first. (Benjamin Todd)

Even before the pandemic research showed that of those entering the workplace the top priority of millennials was "being in a role you're passionate about" (44%), beating "money at 42%" (Department 26, 2018).

Following the pandemic, the narrative surrounding "The Great Resignation" remains that people are quitting their jobs to "follow their passion" (, 2022) with research being quoted which suggests that "passion" results in higher performance.


Financial security is top of the list in a poll of "milestones" conducted by Comparethemarket in 2022, and whilst a huge rise in pay ie from $40,000 (approx. 34,119) to $80,000 (approx. 68,238) does reveal an increase in life satisfaction, the jump in positive affect (happiness)

The Leaders Guide to Wellbeing

By Dr Audrey Tang - Audrey is a Chartered Psychologist CPsychol
And an award-winning author. She hosts podcast 'Retrain Your Brain for Success', is presenter for DisruptiveTV, and resident psychologist on Channel 4's "Don't Diet Lose Weight", and The Chrissy B Show (Sky). She speaks at National and International conferences in the fields of resilience & soft skills, organisational wellbeing and team cohesion, and delivers CPD accredited Leadership training, and Development coaching (ICF), as well as FIRO-B profiling. While there is a place for professional intervention, Audrey believes that we can build our mental and emotional strength outside the point of crisis.

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