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Why Mental Health Is Crucial For Work, Rest and Play

16th September 2020

Public awareness on the paramount importance of mental health is on the rise. The issue has been front and centre in the media in recent years, with everyone from celebrities to the royal family joining the conversation. In schools and workplaces, positive changes are being implemented to tackle the stigma, address the causes and provide support for those struggling with …

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5 Essential Skills for the Educational Leaders of Tomorrow

27th August 2020

Every imaginable industry has hurtled headlong into rapid transformation recently and the field of education is no different, although it was in a state of flux prior to the current health pandemic. Pre-existing challenges in education are still present and pressing. Whilst the return to physical learning environments post-lockdown will require new health and safety routines and procedures at all …

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WFH Forever: Is the Office Obsolete?

21st August 2020

For office-based employees, working from home has become the norm since the beginning of lockdown back in March. It has been an enjoyable break from the monotony of the office for some, while others have found the adjustment a considerable challenge. With the re-opening of non-essential venues like shops, restaurants, pubs and gyms, life appears to be returning to some …

Healthcare leaders discussion.

What Makes An Inspiring Healthcare Leader?

7th August 2020

As the world around us has changed beyond recognition, responses to the Coronavirus pandemic from across the globe have been personal, poetic and poignant. From the innovative ways people are connecting with one another under lockdown, to the heart-warming triumphs of heroes like Captain Tom Moore, the crisis has brought out the best in individuals who have been inspired to …

Woman working on a beach.

What Does Distance Learning Look Like?

5th August 2020

Have you been hearing about distance learning but you’re not quite sure what it looks like in practice? Perhaps you’ve got an idea how it works but need more detailed information to decide how well it can fit into your lifestyle and blend with your family commitments? By the end of this blog you’ll have the lowdown on distance learning …

Women working from home.

10 Do’s And Don’ts of Working From Home

24th June 2020

The sharp increase in employees working from home across industries marks just one way our lives have changed since the beginning of lockdown. Whatever challenges you face as you adjust to your new working environment, it appears that this may be the norm for some time – only last month, Facebook and Google announced that the vast majority of employees …

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The Skim – June’s Business Inspiration Summary

10th June 2020

Summer’s here – but not as we know it. As we enjoy the season safely during lockdown, this month’s Skim reflects on a few of the exceptional female leaders stepping up to the plate at the toughest time. You’ll find insights on leadership skills, self-confidence and that all-important work-life balance – take five and treat yourself. ‘Her leadership style is …

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7 Habits Of Highly Successful Remote Managers

19th May 2020

Rapid tech advances and a globalised workforce have kept the physical vs remote workplace debate in business headlines for several years, but the Covid-19 pandemic has thrown it into sharp focus. Office of National Statistics (ONS) figures revealed that as of April 23rd 2020, 49.2% of adults are home working, compared to around 4.7% at this time last year. And …