Journalism

I am a regular contributor to the Financial Times on psychological issues in business.  I also frequently contribute features and articles for TV, radio and other printed media. Selected articles are reproduced below.


Loosen up, let go and other rules for new managers

Loosen up, let go and other rules for new managers

Taking on an executive leadership role for the first time often means discovering the skills that led to your promotion do little to help you ...
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How to deal with a control-freak at work

How to deal with a control-freak at work

Have you dealt with a control freak at work? Tell us how you managed the situation in the comment field below.Control freaks make everyone’s life ...
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How to cope with trauma in working life

How to cope with trauma in working life

When Julio Harari’s son was suffering from cancer and became upset about his hair falling out after chemotherapy, the banker from Buenos Aires shaved his ...
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How the children of working parents can thrive

How the children of working parents can thrive

Sarah, a 36-year-old solicitor, was shocked when her three-year-old daughter called out her nanny’s name during the night. “You think: ‘My child loves the nanny ...
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Have you got the right personality for the gig economy?

Have you got the right personality for the gig economy?

People such as myself were precursors of the new gig economy. I began working life conventionally by becoming an occupational therapist. But when I discovered ...
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Untangling emotional knots in family businesses

Untangling emotional knots in family businesses

Family businesses have long demonstrated that the close relationships, loyalty and commitment that bind families domestically can also account for their business success.The model has ...
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