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Drop, and give me 20!

If we have access to more and more information about our health and wellbeing, and access to lots of research that makes the link between healthy employees and productivity, why are we still struggling to make a dent in many ... View Article

Article by 25 April 2016


The crazy world of mindfulness in the workplace

Zen teachers flew West. Maharishi Yogi taught the Beatles and Krishnamurti “maintain[ed] that Truth is a pathless land.” Exposed to a melting pot of Eastern philosophies and hippy culture, the young molecular biologist, Jon Kabat-Zinn, came up with an eight-week ... View Article

Article by 30 March 2016


Is the Chancellor right to give up on UK productivity?

UK productivity has become so bad that even the Chancellor, George Osborne, gave up hope of an improvement when he officially downgraded the UK’s already weak productivity growth predictions in this month’s budget. But is the Chancellor right to give ... View Article

Article by 29 March 2016


Are you a follower or a Supporter?

I remain forever inspired by the words of John F Kennedy as part of his inauguration as the 35th President of the United States held in Washington on Friday, January 20, 1961. “And so, my fellow Americans: ask not what ... View Article

Article by 14 March 2016


Best Companies Come From Best Leaders

The Sunday Times 100 Best Companies To Work For 2016 was announced this month. One of the most reputable measures of company culture, those who make the list are heralded as the UK’s finest examples of employee engagement. The Sunday ... View Article

Article by 9 March 2016


7 Tips for Conducting Perfect Performance Reviews

Performance reviews don’t enjoy the best reputation in the corporate world. Most employees dread the time of year that their performance comes under fire, meaning they walk into their performance review clearly stressed and uncertain. This environment is neither fun ... View Article

Article by 25 February 2016