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Dr Ian Tyndall - Part 1 People Soup - psychology@work

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Season 3 Episode 21

On Friday I had the great opportunity to visit the University of Chichester and speak to some of their Masters Students about ACT in the workplace and coaching. I was invited by Ian Tyndall, who is a cognitive behavioural psychologist and senior lecturer there, as well as running the Functional Behavioural Science Laboratory.

Of course I was keen to grab Ian as a guest and the conversation was fabulous. He's such a warm and generous man and can tell a story like no other. Listen on to hear more about:

* why he would have never predicted a career which involved speaking in public, something that he now loves,
* his exploration of how language impacts anxiety and our response to stressful events,
* a pivotal moment about his interview at the University of Chichester,
* and a moment when he experienced a difficult performance review.

We conclude Part 1 with Ian reflecting on the importance of being kind and compassionate in our collaborations with each other - and with ourselves.

Shownotes at http://www.rossmcintosh.co.uk/2020/03/dr-ian-tyndall-part-1.html

Connect with Ross and the show, here!
Twitter https://twitter.com/PeopleSoupPod
Instagram https://www.instagram.com/people.soup/
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/peoplesouppod/
LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/ross-mcintosh-261a2a22/
Linktree - for links to many other podcast platforms and apps - linktr.ee/PeopleSoup

Season 3 Episode 21

On Friday I had the great opportunity to visit the University of Chichester and speak to some of their Masters Students about ACT in the workplace and coaching. I was invited by Ian Tyndall, who is a cognitive behavioural psychologist and senior lecturer there, as well as running the Functional Behavioural Science Laboratory.

Of course I was keen to grab Ian as a guest and the conversation was fabulous. He's such a warm and generous man and can tell a story like no other. Listen on to hear more about:

* why he would have never predicted a career which involved speaking in public, something that he now loves,
* his exploration of how language impacts anxiety and our response to stressful events,
* a pivotal moment about his interview at the University of Chichester,
* and a moment when he experienced a difficult performance review.

We conclude Part 1 with Ian reflecting on the importance of being kind and compassionate in our collaborations with each other - and with ourselves.

Shownotes at http://www.rossmcintosh.co.uk/2020/03/dr-ian-tyndall-part-1.html

Connect with Ross and the show, here!
Twitter https://twitter.com/PeopleSoupPod
Instagram https://www.instagram.com/people.soup/
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/peoplesouppod/
LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/ross-mcintosh-261a2a22/
Linktree - for links to many other podcast platforms and apps - linktr.ee/PeopleSoup

38 min

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