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Soft Working – Does It Exist?

By Manasi Bharati, Psychology/Content Consultant

What is soft work?

Till this date we have heard of hard work and hardworking people, but recently I came across an article that spoke about something called as soft work. Soft work as a

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ED&I Programmes: Formulation v/s Execution

By Jai Thade, Head of Content

One idea we keep coming back to in our work with clients when it comes to ED&I (equality, diversity and inclusion) is the idea that “the intention isn’t always the impact”.  

Not only is

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Racism in Esports

By Pooja Khajuria, Consultant

Video games are silently becoming more like traditional sports. During the last couple of years, while athletes were locked down in their homes, the popularity of virtual sports grew even more. These include entirely new online

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Resilience in the face of a Pandemic

By Jai Thade, L&D Facilitator

Mental Health Awareness month has arrived at a time when virtually everybody is acutely facing some stress or the other. We find ourselves without the customary trappings of the outside world to bury ourselves into.

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Defining Inclusion over Diversity

By Clare Wimalasundera, PR Director

There are so many definitions out there, and the definition of diversity is constantly evolving. Perhaps most simply, Google describes Diversity as “recognising each individual is unique and recognising our individual differences”.

When it comes …

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