Prof Steve Peters on Steven Bartlett’s The Diary of a CEO
15th September 2021
Prof Steve Peters joins Diary of a CEO host Steven Bartlett sharing experiences and insights on how to optimise your psychological and mental wellbeing. During the podcast, Prof Peters helps to simplify the neuroscience of the mind through the lens of the Chimp Model.
They discuss some key topics such as; mental health, understanding our drives, how we manage our emotions and forming positive habits.
26th April 2021
“I wish that I had let myself be happier”
This quote is one of the top five regrets of the dying, as recorded by Australian nurse Bronnie Ware in 2012. Ware spent several years working in palliative care, caring for patients in the last 12 weeks of life and put her observations into a book called The Top Five Regrets of the Dying.
If today were to be your last day of life, what would your biggest regret be?
Professor Peters Develops Programme to Improve Wellbeing and Reduce Burnout
25th March 2021
Chimp Management has developed an eight-workshop psychoeducational programme to help people understand the workings of their mind and how they can improve their mind management skills. The Mind Management: Skills for Life programme is designed to help organisations and individuals reduce stress, anxiety and self-doubt whilst improving confidence, communication, relationships and overall happiness.
200 Teachers Volunteer for Mental Well-Being Research Project
25th March 2021
Chimp Management has enlisted the support of 200 teachers to take part in the company’s first-ever feasibility study to assess the implementation of their new psychoeducational programme. The Mind Management: Skills for Life programme is designed to help organisations and individuals reduce stress, anxiety and self-doubt whilst improving confidence, communication, relationships and overall happiness.
New area of the Troop for NHS Workers
10th April 2020
Due to the circumstances NHS workers are currently working under due to Covid-19 we have now decided to launch an NHS area alongside our Troop platform. With this all NHS workers will have access to videos, podcasts and an online community which will be guided by some of our mentors.
The Troop – Free Access
31st March 2020
With all the current uncertainty we would like to announce that The Troop is now a free resource to everyone from now until the end of May. We hope that you find the videos and content on there helpful!
Annual Conference Date Change
31st March 2020
Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Update: Due to the current restrictions in place we will postpone this event from 6-7th May 2020 to 10-11th November 2020.
We would like to offer everyone the chance to roll over their ticket to the date later in the year this will happen automatically. We would also like to offer instead, the chance to redeem this money sooner as a voucher for the same price to be used on any of our other services detailed below. Those who would prefer a refund should contact us in the coming days to secure this.
For anyone who has already reserved a room at Tankersley Manor please get in touch with them directly. They are very happy to move your date to fit around the new dates later in the year. Tankersley Manor have confirmed that they are happy to refund those who have booked with them directly, however if you have booked through another merchant such as (booking.com etc) we cannot guarantee that you will receive a refund and ask you to contact the provider directly.