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PCL Survival Kit: Using Emotional Intelligence to Your Advantage

PCL Survival Kit: Using Emotional Intelligence to Your Advantage

By Bianka Varga The PCL Team hope you and your loved ones are staying safe. The previous few weeks have been demanding for all of us, giving us hardship and challenges we’ve never imagined before. Still, some people seem to thrive in this kind of climate and...

PCL Services Available Online

PCL Services Available Online

17th March 2020 Following statements issued by the World Health Organisation and our Prime Minister, we would like to provide some information relating to our services in connection with the Coronavirus. In these uncertain times, PCL are striving to...

3 Reasons To Develop Your Emotional Intelligence

3 Reasons To Develop Your Emotional Intelligence

By Preeya Patel   Emotional Intelligence may be one of those things you’ve heard people talk about, but don’t really get. You know, like the justice system or Brexit - it’s all over the place, but what actually is it? Well, emotional intelligence (EI) is a set of...

Risk Type Summit | November 2019

Risk Type Summit | November 2019

Last month, we held our second annual conference at the Wellcome Collection in Central London - this time focusing on our very own Risk Type Compass tool. It was fantastic to speak to our clients and introduce ourselves and the Risk Type Compass to new...

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The Unavoidable Risk of Change After a Global Pandemic: How to Manage Employees Through the Use of The Risk Type Compass

Louisa Bülow explores how we can identify and manage possible resistance to change through the use of the Risk Type Compass.

PCL Survival Kit: Using Emotional Intelligence to Your Advantage

By Bianka Varga The PCL Team hope you and your loved ones are staying safe. The previous few weeks have been demanding for all of us, giving us hardship and challenges we’ve never imagined before. Still, some people seem to thrive in this kind of climate and...

PCL Services Available Online

17th March 2020 Following statements issued by the World Health Organisation and our Prime Minister, we would like to provide some information relating to our services in connection with the Coronavirus. In these uncertain times, PCL are striving to...

3 Reasons To Develop Your Emotional Intelligence

By Preeya Patel   Emotional Intelligence may be one of those things you’ve heard people talk about, but don’t really get. You know, like the justice system or Brexit - it’s all over the place, but what actually is it? Well, emotional intelligence (EI) is a set of...

Risk Type Summit | November 2019

Last month, we held our second annual conference at the Wellcome Collection in Central London - this time focusing on our very own Risk Type Compass tool. It was fantastic to speak to our clients and introduce ourselves and the Risk Type Compass to new...

A Day In The Life: Consultant Psychologist

Rianne Silvey Morning Walk through the doors around 7(ish), coat off and turn on my iMac and make my way to the kitchen for a much-needed coffee (I’ll perk up properly after my first sip). I commute into the office twice a week so I arrive early to (try to) beat the...

Lessons from the PCL Student Sponsorship Programme

Recent weeks have been hectic for MSc Course Directors. Tasked not only with assessing final dissertations submitted by students from the previous year, they have also been putting plans in place to welcome and induct new students into their MSc programmes...

Reproducing Risk Type

This blog post is adapted from an article published in the Summer 2019 edition of the British Psychological Society's Assessment & Development Matters journal. It can be accessed here. Back in 2016, we conducted research with 90 participants competing in...

Managing Risk Before It Becomes A Statistic

Within the wider discussion about risk (see discussion from Sidney Dekker, Michael Mazarr, and John Adams, amongst others) there is a common theme in both finance and Health & Safety that questions over-reliance on computational, procedural,...

Creativity & Team Composition

What comes to mind when you think of creativity? Does it evoke images of a solitary artist, author or musician painstakingly bent over their work? ... or does it conjure up words like 'imagination', 'eccentricity' or 'risk taking'? Perceptions of...