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Stephanie has developed Laughology into the nation's most talked about training and development provider and has gained an unsurpassed reputation for creating happy organisations. So it's not just a happy coincidence that these blog posts contain an occasional rant, a few pearls of wisdom and bucket loads of undeniable truths, so make yourself...

Stephanie has developed Laughology into the nation's most talked about training and development provider and has gained an unsurpassed reputation for creating happy organisations. So it's not just a happy coincidence that these blog posts contain an occasional rant, a few pearls of wisdom and bucket loads of undeniable truths, so make yourself a cuppa and read on.

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OCT
22

How to create a mental health strategy for your workplace

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Creating a mental health strategy for your workplace and looking after people, is an important step towards a supportive workplace culture, where people feel comfortable talking about their mental health and wellbeing. It also helps you feel confident to support them. Stephanie Davies has some tips to help you put your mental health strategy together.

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SEP
16

How inclusion increases workplace happiness

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Over the last ten years, there’s been a growing obsession with happiness. From Derren Brown to Fearne Cotton, everyone has suddenly become an expert (FYI - we’ve been researching and delivering science-backed happiness interventions long before the current wave of newbies – still the original, still the best). Of course, it’s understandable why there’s so much interest. Happiness is arguably the...
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AUG
06

What Simone Biles can teach us about understanding mental health

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When US gymnast Simone Biles withdrew from several events in the Tokyo Olympics to protect her mental health, there were predictable knee-jerk reactions from the usual suspects. Chief among them was professional agitator Piers Morgan, who couldn’t wait to stoke the anti-woke fire, accusing Simone of letting down her teammates and country because she wasn’t having fun. Many agreed with him....
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JUL
09

Going Hybrid – Tips for managers and teams working in a hybrid environment

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Hybrid working is the future. We know hybrids are better for the environment, but how can you make a successful hybrid working environment for all? Here’s Stephanie Davies with her top tips to help your team. Hybrid models There’s been a lot of speculation about how the workplace will evolve once restrictions are lifted. Some organisations are asking people to come back...
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JUN
11

How to support neurodivergent individuals in your workplace

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How neurodiverse is your workplace? Are you aware of how to support neurodiversity within your team? In this post, Stephanie Davies, shares some helpful strategies to ensure you’re supporting the members of your team who need it. What is neurodiversity? Neurodiversity may sound like a troupe of brainy street dancers, but it’s actually the term that describes one of the most...
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MAY
21

How to return to work safely - Back to Work Action Plan & Buzz Activity

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Returning to work safely is of paramount importance to organisations and people alike. Leaders and managers must ensure that everyone feels safe, included and supported. But how can you ensure this happens? Stephanie Davies has some strategies to help you. Helping people feel safe and supported Everything has changed. Of that there is no doubt. And no matter what happens in...
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MAY
06

6 simple steps to improve your brain health

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After a year of lockdown, with all the routine, stress, boredom and reduced physical activity that it’s entailed, a lot of brains are showing signs of covid cognitive flab and are in need of a mental health workout.

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APR
23

Overworked, Overloaded and Overwhelmed – 7 ways to manage your workload

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Remote working has created a new kind of workload burnout. With most of us attending several Zoom or Teams meetings a day, it can feel impossible to do any real work. People are starting their days earlier and finishing them later, just to complete a couple of hours of task-orientated work amidst the back-to-back meetings. We’re glued to our screens more than ever....
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MAR
17

International Day of Happiness - the importance of staying connected in the workplace

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March 20th is International Day of Happiness and so Stephanie Davies explores just how organisations can keep the happiness flowing by ensuring everyone stays connected.

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THE MENTAL HEALTH EMERGENCY:

Are organisations and companies just paying lip service?
Join some of the most interesting and respected voices in positive psychology for our Our Big Chat about…Thinking outside the tick box, inaugural webinar. Our two and half hour interactive event will look at the best mental health strategies for organisations, identifying what works and what doesn’t.

Dave McPartlin:

Dave is the Headteacher of Flakefleet Primary School.
Creating the right environment for people and communities to flourish

Sunita Hirani

Sunita is one of the BBC’s key equality, diversity and inclusivity experts.
Why inclusion is essential for mental wellbeing

Professor Sir Cary Cooper

Cary is one the world’s most influential voices in occupational health and wellbeing.
Enhancing Mental Wellbeing at Work. Evidence based strategies for creating a wellbeing culture at work.

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