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Kerry Leigh

Kerry is one of our most experienced and sought-after consultants and facilitators. She also works regularly in comedy clubs as a compere and is also a writer and actress.

Kerry is one of our most experienced and sought-after consultants and facilitators.She delivers sessions and programmes in the private and public sector and has a background in psychological studies


Kerry is one of our most experienced and sought-after consultants and facilitators.

She delivers sessions and programmes in the private and...

Kerry is one of our most experienced and sought-after consultants and facilitators.She delivers sessions and programmes in the private and public sector and has a background in psychological studies


Kerry is one of our most experienced and sought-after consultants and facilitators.

She delivers sessions and programmes in the private and public sector and has a background in psychological studies.

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OCT
07

How to talk about mental health in the workplace – you don’t have to be an expert

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Supporting colleagues with their mental health in the workplace can feel daunting. You don’t want to say or do the wrong thing. You don’t want to make anyone feel worse. But it doesn’t have to be complicated. It all starts with a conversation – and Kerry Leigh is here to help you find the right words. Talking about mental health ‘Do...
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JUL
16

How can you protect your wellbeing when using social media?

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Tired of the negative effects of social media on your life? Sick of seeing people vomiting their emotions onto the internet? In this opinion piece, Kerry Leigh explores how social media has impacted her life and how you can protect your wellbeing while scrolling. Unhealthy brain farts I’ve stopped notifications on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, and am very rarely active on...
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358 Hits
MAY
12

Keeping it real and creating connections during a pandemic

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It’s easy to think that a global pandemic has made connections harder to make or maintain, that we’re further apart from people than ever before. But Kerry Leigh argues otherwise, and says that this pandemic has given us a chance to connect to people in ways we’d never have done before. Learning from a pandemic My friends and my kids take...
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OCT
16

Understanding the Menopause: Knowledge is Power

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NEWS FLASH! World Menopause Day on 18th October plans to harness all the power surges (a.k.a hot flushes) from menopausal women and channel the energy to smash the patriarchy! Okay, it isn’t, but it’s a good idea and I wanted to get your attention. Keep reading though, because whether you have a female reproductive system or not, the menopause ultimately affects...
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1070 Hits
OCT
09

Is Julie Burchill right - should we shut up about the menopause at work?

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In May of last year the BBC dedicated a week to menopause awareness. In response, journalist Julie Burchill wrote an article titled: ‘Could the BBC please shut up about the menopause’ in which she used the sentence: ‘ A problem shared is a problem doubled ’ whilst she bemoaned the BBC banging on about this ‘uninteresting condition’. Instead of getting side-tracked...
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2928 Hits
FEB
06

You might not like me if you read this and I’m OK with that.

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Hi. I’m Kerry and I’m lovely. Really easy to get on with. Some have been so creatively descriptive as to say ‘Kerry is soooo nice’. Too nice, I’ve wondered? Can you be too nice? YES, if it means you’re a walkover. If you’ll happily lie down, roll over and wait to have your belly tickled whilst ignoring an injustice. People who...
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DEC
05

Customer Experience – WHY does it matter?

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I have yet to receive a product I ordered online on August 29 th . It’s late by anyone’s standards, particularly in the age of Amazon Prime, where you barely finish placing your order before there’s a courier at the door. Hopefully, by the time you get to read this blog the product will have arrived. I might treat it as...
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2168 Hits
JUL
11

Truly human leadership skills - leading with empathy

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What IS Empathy? Put simply, empathy is understanding how someone else is feeling by putting yourself in their shoes, or more commonly by imagining being in their shoes. Not their actual shoes, we’re dealing in metaphors here. Relax, you don’t need to put Martin’s brogues on. Stand-up comic Ryan Niemiller’s routine about how ‘people su-ck at empathy’ is a funny take...
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APR
25

Creative Facilitation

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Creative Facilitation means thinking differently about how to actively engage people in a meeting, training workshop or during a presentation. The aim is for those attending to get the most out of it and for your hard work be worthwhile. The neuroscience Psychology tells us we are all motivated by our feelings. Every interaction causes automatic thoughts influenced by our beliefs,...
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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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