Archives of Lindsay Braithwaite

Solitude

Nature’s Gift of Solitude

Humanity needs no reminder that our lives have become more and more frenetic – in multiple ways. Solitude is almost a lost art in these times of ultra-connectedness.  We live in a fast-paced world of bombarding information and increasing expectations of instant connection, with less emphasis on the quality of that connection. This can lead […]
Connection

Leadership thought:  Leadership is about Connection

By Lindsay Braithwaite Ubuntu. ’A person is a person through connection with others.’ The above definition of the famous African concept of Ubuntu, applies aptly to the Lead with Humanity approach to Leadership. Simply put, we cannot lead if we are not connected to the people we are leading. And so, what do we mean […]
Science without Humanity

Science without Humanity

A definition of humanity: “The quality of being humane and benevolent”. And qualities which make us human – the ability to love, have compassion, be creative, and have faith in the collective. We sit, as a human collective, on the cusp of enormous global change. What we might previously have viewed as entertaining science fiction […]
Time

The gift of time during Covid 19 – using brain science to support change

By Lindsay Braithwaite One of the greatest luxuries of life is the gift of time.  Perhaps the pandemic has highlighted how frenetic and busy our lives have become. Whether through intention, or in complete unawareness, we pack in, take on and hurtle through the days, with sometimes little time to slow down and reflect, both […]
SCARF

The science behind our extreme vulnerability

Written by Lindsay Braithwaite There is a tsunami of information on the subject of human emotion circulating at this moment. Before I venture into the topic, I would like to bring your attention to a key distinction between other previously experienced global pandemics, and COVID-19 (“Covid”). These pandemics have mostly resulted in isolation, to varying […]