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Good People Leave BAD Managers, Not Companies

Myth or fact?It has been said enough times, that people leave companies due to bad managers, so it must be true, right? It sounds completely reasonable and would make perfect sense considering managers can impact so much of our work life balance. Managers determine the projects you work on, who...

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Episode 26- Employee Perspective Supporting Mental Health

Part 3- Work Life Balance Series Rachael Down is a Content Specialist at Breathe HR. A Company Putting Their People First Diagnosed with depression, anxiety and PTSD Rachael shares her first-hand experience of the challenges and stigma around opening up about mental ill health in the workplace     0.55...

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Episode 25- Veteran, Military and Family Culture

Work Life Balance Series - Part 2 Zara McArdle, Recruitment and Development specialist at Inzpire Ltd. Experts in aviation and award winning suppliers of defence managed services, training in cutting edge GECO Mission System. Sharing how a military organisation are putting family first to create a work life balance culture....

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3 Ways To Recognise Burnout in Your Workplace

What is Burnout? Leadership Burnout, Physician Burnout, Fitness Burnout, Entrepreneur Burnout. It seems Burnout is at an all-time high with millennials being dubbed as the ‘Burnout Generation’ In our fast paced society has being stressed out and overworked become the norm rather than the exception and is this a phenomenon...

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Episode 24- Autonomy, Burnout & Flexible Working

Autonomy, Burnout & Flexible Working- Episode 24 Work Life Balance with Hoxby Collective. We are exploring the diverse and inclusive approach of remote and flexible working to create a work life balance and avoid burnout for the future of work. Alex Hirst Founder of The Hoxby Collective a ‘workstyle’ movement has...

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Episode 23- Children & Young People’s Mental Health- Increasing Playtime

Joanne Nathan, Governor at Tuffnell Park Primary School, qualified as a teacher 30 years ago and has an MA in Early Years from the Institute of Education has struggled with her own mental health issues after having a baby. She is exploring children and young people's mental health and the benefits...

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Children & Young People’s Mental Health- How Much Screen Time Is Too Much?

What is making a difference to children's mental health? Mental health problems among children and young people have increased six-fold over the past two decades, and one in ten children now have a diagnosable condition. Theresa May announced earlier this year ‘new mental health checks to be made available to...

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Episode 22- Children & Young People – ADHD Positive Parenting

Melita Swaby, is working for one of the UKs leading charities supporting children, young people and their families.  A project commissioned by CAMHS to support parents of children aged 6-18 who are diagnosed with ADHD awaiting diagnosis. She is a Youth Worker by background and yoga teacher, combining her passion...

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5 Top Tips for Parents of Children with ADHD

ADHD stands for Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder, one of the most common neuropsychiatric and behaviour disorders, impacting between 4-8 % of children and young people. Yet it is surprising, how little we know and understand about children suffering with ADHD.   For children suffering with ADHD motor and cognitive...

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Episode 21- Deep Dive- 3 Steps to Change your Thoughts

Marteka Swaby, Founder of Benevolent Health and psychotherapist looks deeper into anxiety, obsessive compulsive thoughts and the characteristics of negative thinking. To conclude July's theme we explore aggressively combatting compulsive thoughts with 5 power thoughts.   0.25- Intro and recap of the last month 1.24- Going Deeper.Life & Death Instinct...

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