When High Achievers Get Stuck

16.03.20 05:30 PM By Luisa Wing - Comment(s)
Many high achievers are great at setting goals. On the outside, they appear invincible, strong, dependable, powerful and successful. Somewhat like superheroes. They set goals and smash them, making it all seem effortless. High achievers seem to be able to accomplish more in a day than the rest of us...

Three mindset shifts your people will need for the future of work

22.01.20 07:19 AM By Luisa Wing - Comment(s)

The nature of work has already fundamentally changed, yet I am still seeing leaders and teams operate like it’s 2002. A recent report from the McKinsey Global Institute predicted that by 2030 roughly 14% of the global workforce might need to switch occupational categories. Seventy-five million to 3...

The role of motives and truth in building resilience through change

17.07.18 01:11 PM By Luisa Wing - Comment(s)

Over the last 18 months of building Vermelho, I have talked about managing change and building resilience in teams a lot! I have interviewed and coached countless team members and their leaders and have read fascinating philosophical and psychological works by Jordan Peterson, Carl Jung, Angela Duck...

Just how resilient are you?

26.02.18 05:48 PM By Luisa Wing - Comment(s)

It is true in life that some days bad things happen. Most people, after a period of adjustment, bounce back to their previous level of happiness no matter what happens to them. But some people have a lower level of resilience than others.


This is also true in the workplace, except there is an added ...

Leadership Resilience Series: Staying Comfortable with Discomfort

10.01.18 03:23 PM By Luisa Wing - Comment(s)

 Happy New Year! With an exciting year ahead for Vermelho, I have been reflecting on what topics would be useful for those who follow my posts.  I will therefore be posting a series or two of themed blogs this year. I am extremely passionate about what makes a team more resilient during pe...

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