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Gratitude: The secret sauce for a happier life and workplace
“Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human freedoms – to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way.” – Viktor [...]
Should we be using artificial intelligence tools to improve mental health?
If you were having a bad day and your friends were busy, would you connect with a digital buddy? Maybe you do already? If you noticed warning signs that your mental health was deteriorating [...]
Where does the responsibility lie? Navigating ownership of “wellbeing” between the individual and the organisation
A participant in one of our workshops told us recently, “It’s really hard to work on my wellbeing when I don’t have enough time in the day to get all my work done.” Herein [...]
Work friendships: Good for you and good for business?
Do you think of your colleagues as your friends? Do you update them on your personal life? Or do you prefer to keep work relationships and your personal life as psychologically distanced as possible? [...]
The verdict is in – our relationships make us happier and healthier
The latest science investigating the best way to improve long-term health is out, and it is good news – good relationships are the key driver for both our physical and mental wellbeing over our [...]
Thrive: an online workshop to build resilience
For practicing secondary teachers
In partnership with PPTA
Multiple dates available
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