If you spend any time dealing with Heartstyles (and we hope you will) you'll notice we're quick to remind people that we're not here to profile personalities. Instead, our mission is to develop character.
In our modern world, it can seem that high paced action is rewarded. Do more. Be more. Have more. Get up at 5 a.m. Fit five actions in before 8am. Be more creative. Post better pictures. Buy a bigger house. Get the perfect life...
Dr. Mara Klemich – Founder & Consulting Psychologist
At Heartstyles, we spend a lot of time thinking about 'the line'. Our founders, Stephen and Mara Klemich, have dedicated their careers to helping others get above it. But what exactly is this line? And what does it mean to be above it?
Demographic shift means employers often have three, or even four generations working side by side within their organisations. To bring out the best in all of them, it's vital to understand how the norms of their respective eras have shaped their attitudes - and the way they work.
“The farther back you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see.” So said Winston Churchill
and it is in this spirit that we write this year in review. With our hands on our hearts we can say that 2018 has been a truly significant year for Heartstyles...
In the coming years, the winners in the finance space will be those who can learn from the past to meet the demands of the future. Merely complying with regulations won’t be enough. Instead, organisations will need to look to their cultures as an engine of transformation. Here we explore why change is needed and what it’s likely to look like…
We believe the number one principle for a leader is to create a safe place. Effective leaders breathe life into the environment by making it a safe place for team members to express opinions and ideas, to disagree and push back.
We judge ourselves by our intentions and others by their behaviour… Heartstyles helps people to become their best selves. That means facing up to behaviours that may not be helping ourselves or those around us.
Culture. It’s a huge talking point. It effects every person in your organisation and we are increasingly seeing the consequences of effective/ineffective cultures. But what is it? Where does it come from? Can we make a culture better? What do I see in my organizational culture and how do I fit in?
Marc Rogatschnig – Clinical & Consulting Psychologist