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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
22

Bouncing back from disappointment: 4 ways to feel motivated again

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Bouncing back from disappointment is challenging for anyone, let alone those with the weight of the nation on their shoulders. But we can learn a thing or two from our England football players, says Dave Keeling. In fact, we should look to them when we’re facing disappointment of our own. The morning after the night before Like the majority of the...
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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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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
17

How to manage procrastination by changing your habits - and dancing

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Struggling to manage your procrastination? Tired of cleaning the fridge with a toothbrush rather tackling your tasks? Laura Drury shares some suggestions to help galvanise you to action, take control of your procrastination and enjoy yourself in the process. Manage procrastination with better habits Just like New Year, post-lockdown resolutions often wane after a few weeks. Sound familiar? Old habits die...
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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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JUN
03

How to build remote relationships in a topsy-turvy world of working

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Building remote relationships has been crucial during recent months, but it’s not always easy to do. In this blog post, Laughologist, Sarah Helm, shares her tips for building remote relationships in our new topsy-turvy world of work. Building remote relationships Over the past year, many of us have breathed a sigh of relief as those cheesy networking events of old were...
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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
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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