44 min

Growing through adversity with Dr Paul Wood, leadership and personal development specialist‪.‬ EI at Work

    • Management

Commit a serious crime. Go to Jail. Life Over. Right?

That doesn’t have to be the way. Dr Paul Wood is living proof that you can grow through adversity.

What was the crime? Murder. And as he puts it in the podcast “feel the weight of that word”. Dr Wood shares a remarkable story of Netflix proportions of his journey to becoming a Dr of Psychology. Today, he is an expert in helping people and organisations strive towards their potential and flourish through change and adversity. Paul works with everyone from senior leaders in fortune 100 companies such as Google to at risk-teens. He is a regular contributor in the media, an author, and his recently released second book, "Mental Fitness; Build your mind for strength and resilience every day" was another instant best seller.

Paul’s passion for the pursuit of excellence and turning adversity to advantage comes from a deeply personal place and he uses his experience to illustrate key lessons for us all. 

Interested in Emotional Intelligence? Learn more about Genos Emotional Intelligence, become a Genos Certified Practitioner or enquire about the Genos Corporate Program. 

Have a question? Leave us a voice message and have it answered on the next EI at Work Q&A episode. 

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Commit a serious crime. Go to Jail. Life Over. Right?

That doesn’t have to be the way. Dr Paul Wood is living proof that you can grow through adversity.

What was the crime? Murder. And as he puts it in the podcast “feel the weight of that word”. Dr Wood shares a remarkable story of Netflix proportions of his journey to becoming a Dr of Psychology. Today, he is an expert in helping people and organisations strive towards their potential and flourish through change and adversity. Paul works with everyone from senior leaders in fortune 100 companies such as Google to at risk-teens. He is a regular contributor in the media, an author, and his recently released second book, "Mental Fitness; Build your mind for strength and resilience every day" was another instant best seller.

Paul’s passion for the pursuit of excellence and turning adversity to advantage comes from a deeply personal place and he uses his experience to illustrate key lessons for us all. 

Interested in Emotional Intelligence? Learn more about Genos Emotional Intelligence, become a Genos Certified Practitioner or enquire about the Genos Corporate Program. 

Have a question? Leave us a voice message and have it answered on the next EI at Work Q&A episode. 

Enjoyed this episode? Leave a review below and let us know
See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

44 min