Our monthly meetup is all about helping people identify and reach their goals. We’ll meet in Central London and the venue for each event will be confirmed when you join.
The meetup was founded by two chartered psychologists with a passion for developing others at work. Together, we have over 30 years of experience as practitioners at work, coaching everyone from graduates to c-suite executives, designing and running development programmes and creating bespoke and impactful development solutions.
Dr. Richard MacKinnon is the founder and managing director of WorkLifePsych (https://www.worklifepsych.com), a team of workplace psychologists specialising in people development. Working worldwide, the team provide coaching, training and development programmes. Richard specialises in coaching people on the topics of wellbeing at work, productivity at work and professional effectiveness. He has worked with professionals in industries as varied as game design, aviation, engineering, advertising, oil and gas and financial services. Richard is a registered coaching psychologist, an associate fellow of the British Psychological Society and a visiting lecturer at Goldsmiths, University of London. You can find out more about Richard here (https://www.worklifepsych.com/about-us) and follow him on Twitter @Dr_MacKinnon (https://twitter.com/dr_mackinnon).
Paul Smith is a chartered psychologist and the founder of WiseAmigo (http://www.wiseamigo.com). Paul has a rich and varied career as a psychologist and technologist. He's worked with some of the industry’s leading firms to design psychological assessments built on innovative tech. His focus in founding WiseAmigo was to help people all over the world to take control of their own development, their careers and working lives. From basic soft skills to managing and leading, WiseAmigo helps you build capabilities, find relevant content and engage with people who can help you grow. You can find out more about Paul here (https://blog.wiseamigo.com/founder-paul/) and follow him on Twitter at @paulsmithie (https://twitter.com/paulsmithie).
Each session of our meetup will cover a popular personal development topic, demystifying it and translating it into something you can put into practice immediately. We’ll highlight the fads and nonsense and identify the science of what really works when it comes to developing yourself. We want to grow and develop a community of people who are serious about their development.