Category: Thought Leadership

kindness

Think inclusion, think kindness

By Caitlin Bethell, Head of Psychology

 

As a child I was told to be kind.  To be kind to my little sister, to be kind to my friends and family, and to be kind to people I didn’t know.  It’s

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School children sitting at a table writing

ED&I in the Education Sector

By Pooja Khajuria, Consultant

School and other educational institutions are experiencing classrooms that are more diverse than ever. However, this sector has persistently struggled with reflecting this diversity in its staffrooms and more so the boardrooms. When it comes to

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loneliness

Men, Loneliness & the Workplace

By Jai Thade, Head of Content

 

Here’s a question to reflect on: do you feel lonely?

This question is a crucial one because feeling a sense of loneliness & isolation is not just painful, it is dangerous. Research

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charities

How can charities better reflect the people they serve?

By Pooja Khajuria, Consultant

 

The charity sector supports a diverse range of communities, people and causes, and yet this diversity is not reflected in its personnel, particularly at the management level.

Despite repeated attempts at drawing attention to this

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rest

Stress, Rest & Productivity

By Jai Thade, Head of Content

 

Think of an imaginary line. On the one extreme of this line, picture a time when you were in your most stressed state. Being in deep sleep (i.e. the polar opposite of that) can

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meetings

To have or not to have (meetings)?

By Manasi Bharati, Content Consultant

 

Recently, I had a day of back-to-back meetings that lasted for hours. At the start of the day, I was pumped up to have so many different interactions, on distinct projects, with people across several

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