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Self-reflection can be one of the hardest things to do, especially if you’ve never attempted to do it before and may not know where to start. However once started, it can be a great tool to use for your personal development. But what do we...

“Worrying is as effective as trying to solve an algebra equation by chewing bubble gum.” Mary Schmich (1997) I was recently told worrying is like how a rabbit eats grass. A rabbit munches on one patch (a worry) until it finishes chewing it over and over,...

For all of the latest up-to-date information on workplace resources in regards to COVID, please see here for the latest PHE guidance.   ...

During recent virtual networking meetings hosted by Thriving Workplaces, we discussed the apprehension and concern felt about returning to work. Many attendees expressed the disquiet circulating their workforce which of course was met with understandable and reassuring notions, but it made me think.. how can we help to...

Below are some key areas businesses need to think about in order to be transparent, trusting and successful in reshaping their company's future: Communication Supporting Physical Safety Physical Environment Supporting Mental Health and Wellbeing I'll only briefly touch upon each point, hopefully encouraging you to think about your workplace and...

During this time of uncertainty, mass panic and what feels like smothering media coverage everywhere we turn, as a nation we are having to adapt (pretty quickly) in all aspects of our lives. Possibly the most important and relevant one, our working lives. A large proportion...

Insomnia is defined as a ‘difficulty getting to sleep or staying asleep for long enough to feel refreshed the next morning’ and is very common in the UK, with one in three people suffering with the problem according to the NHS. The official definition is...

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