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My Pocket Psych: The Psychology of the Workplace

Jul 17, 2024

In this, the latest episode in our series on Psychological Flexibility, Richard is one again joined by fellow psychologist Ross McIntosh. They explore the importance of noticing the stories we tell ourselves about ourselves - which we collectively call our self-concept - and holding these stories lightly. 

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Jul 4, 2024

Richard is joined by fellow psychologist Sarah McLellan for a discussion about the role of organisational culture and the importance of shaping it intentionally. 

For full show notes for this episode, visit our website at worklifepsych.com/podcast/163

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Jun 21, 2024

In this episode, Richard is joined by friend of the podcast Dr. Rachael Skews. They discuss a recent coaching psychology conference they both presented at, the nature of coaching research, the importance of evidence-based practice and ask the killer question: will your coach be replaced by a bot? 

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May 29, 2024

In this episode, Richard and Ross take a look at another important skill for increasing our psychological flexibility: acceptance.

This doesn't mean a passive acceptance of the status quo, or simply pushing through difficulties with gritted teeth. It means authentically accepting the discomfort and other stuff we...


May 17, 2024

In this episode of 'My Pocket Psych', Richard and Ross turn to the next skill in our psychological flexibility toolkit: committed action.

This is all about taking our values and putting them into action. Doing more of the stuff that matters, not because it's easy or fun, but because it's important.

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