Tony BradfordManaging Director

Tony is the Managing Director of the Centre for Corporate Health which he founded with Rachel Clements, Director of Psychological Services, in 1999. Tony’s passion is with helping organisations to be truly sustainable by building constructive organisational cultures that result in increased performance and better results. This is something he became passionate about in his time in the Navy. Tony often wondered why some ships thrived and why others struggled to find cohesion amongst the ranks, and so began his quest.

“Self efficacy is the goal. Once you learn this, failures are no longer devastating, they are simply opportunities to learn.” Tony Bradford

Backed by 25 years of experience, Tony is consistently asked to speak at national conferences on topics of leadership, management, developing mental toughness and strengthening workplace relationships. His relatable style, probably from his country upbringing, and ability to tell a good story has made him a popular choice of facilitator in both large scale organisations and regional government organisations alike.

publications

  • How to reframe if your thoughts are more unhelpful than helpful

    What does your inner voice say to you when something doesn’t go to plan? Is it rational and accepting? Or does it catastrophise and always focus on the negative? Identifying your thought patterns and consciously working to shift your mindset takes practice but it is definitely worth it!

    February 20, 2020
  • The importance of a restful night’s sleep

    Sleep plays a vital role in good health and wellbeing throughout your life. Getting enough high quality sleep at the right times can help protect your mental and physical health, quality of life and safety. The way you feel while you’re awake depends in part on what happens while you’re not.

    February 12, 2020
  • Remember to breathe

    Breathing, as you know, keeps us alive. It is one of the most basic functions of the human body, fuelling us with oxygen. We obviously all do it. However, ‘taking a breath’ in this context refers to spending a moment to take a deep breath, or to slow your breathing rate down, to relax your mind and body and to catch up with yourself amidst your busy life.

    February 6, 2020
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