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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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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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FEB
05

Ways to stay motivated 

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“As we approach the anniversary of the first lockdown, the novelty of working from home has well and truly rubbed off for most. Many people are pulling their hair out, particularly those faced with the double whammy of working from home and home-schooling. It is a challenge to stay sane, but there are ways to create a happy, healthy and productive...
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NOV
12

Wingey Winston & Donald Trump - your fixed-mindset game is up!

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Years before Carol Dweck became a professor at Stanford University and first uttered the words ‘growth mindset’, I went to school with a boy called George. He was in my class from year four all the way up to sixth form. His nickname was Wingey Winston, so called because he would cry at the slightest thing and because his last name...
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JUN
12

Top tips for back to school safe learning

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It has been a challenging time for schools, as they begin to reopen. Our school friends we have spoken to have generally been left to design their own systems and procedures. It is safe to say, from our conversations, that there has been dismay in the lack of leadership and advice from central Government.  In the absence of clear leadership from...
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DEC
19

Using customer journey maps to boost customer experience - part 2

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In the second part of this customer experience blog - you can find the first part here - we will look at How to create a customer journey map, and what should be included on your customer journey map. How to create a customer journey map 1. Set clear objectives for the map. Before you can dive into creating your map,...
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DEC
12

Using customer journey maps to boost customer experience - part 1

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In this two-part blog, we will look at customer journey maps; how to create them, how they help organisations boost customer experience and how they change perceptions about customers. Get into the mind of your customer Understanding your customers’ perspectives and thought processes helps you appreciate the way they interact with your company and why. Having a clear grasp of the...
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JUL
18

Is optimism a positive attribute in a leader?

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A strange thing happened on ITV last week (I’m not talking about Love Island). It happened during the Conservative Party leadership debate. Someone weaponised optimism, which is surprising considering optimism has always been viewed as a positive attribute. Perhaps it’s indicative of the gloomy times we live in.

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SEP
06

The menopause does not just affect the person going through it. It impacts on families and workplaces too

The menopause does not just affect the person going through it. It impacts on families and workplaces too

There are many things a 29-year-old woman doesn’t want to hear. ‘Would you like me to park for you’ and ‘I think it’s a grey hair,’ are just two. As is ‘you are is menopausal’.

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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.

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Creating the right environment for people and communities to flourish

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

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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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