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Sarah started her professional life as an officer in Greater Manchester Police Force. It was here that she was first rewarded for her love and passion for making a difference. Sarah received a Chief Constable’s Commendation from the late Michael Todd for her dedication, determination and commitment. And she got a financial bonus to boot (which...

Sarah started her professional life as an officer in Greater Manchester Police Force. It was here that she was first rewarded for her love and passion for making a difference. Sarah received a Chief Constable’s Commendation from the late Michael Todd for her dedication, determination and commitment. And she got a financial bonus to boot (which was unheard of).

Since then she’s had a varied career working within health and wellness, retail and financial services, leading and managing numerous training initiatives.

Sarah has extensive experience of designing and delivering management and talent programmes that are challenging and fun.

She is passionate about people and believes everybody has great potential within them.

Outside of work, Sarah loves a challenge and has completed The Three Peaks, The Great North Run and The Dirty Weekend (the largest assault course in Europe, not a swinger’s getaway in Scarborough).

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Creating a happy culture in the workplace - it starts with knowing your people

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Does your workplace have a happy culture? Do people talk about it in a positive way? According to Frances Frei and Anne Morris at Harvard Business Review, ‘Culture guides discretionary behaviour.’ So it’s important to get it right, then. The question is, how? In this blog post, Sarah Brown looks at why a happy culture is important and what you can...
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Accent bias: How can you drop the judgements and be more inclusive?

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We all know that we Brits speak differently depending on where we’re from. But just how differently? And does/should it matter? In this post, Sarah Brown tackles accent bias, inviting you to avoid snap judgements and preconceptions, and be more inclusive in the workplace. Accent bias in the spotlight Recently, ex-House of Lords member, Digby Jones, criticised BBC presenter Alex Scott’s...
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Soft skills or Jurgen Klopp skills?

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Teaching soft skills. It’s what I do. It’s what I love. I once ran a talent programme within a large organisation and decided to take a chance on someone that had been dismissed by others. They rubbed people up the wrong way, had poor time management skills and couldn’t organise a kid’s tea party! A challenge to be had. The programme...
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Brexit learning and development toolkit: Supporting and engaging your teams

Brexit learning and development toolkit: Supporting and engaging your teams
Brexit. It sounds like a name for a new cereal, doesn’t it? But for 48.11% of the population, it isn’t that appetising. It could otherwise be known as Groundhog Day, given the carnival of repetitive arguments that have transpired since the UK voted to leave the EU. In the words of Albert Einstein: “The definition of insanity is doing the same...
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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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