Guest post by Craig Knight, Identity Reaization “I might have known,” said Eeyore. “After all, one can’t complain. I have my friends. Somebody spoke to me only yesterday. And was it last week or the week before that Rabbit bumped into me and said ‘Bother!’. The Social Round. Always something going on.”(A.A.Milne) There are rather … Continue reading Thoughts on Covid-19: The path to workplace emancipation, well-being and profit.
Way back in 2012 we were privileged to welcome Nic Marks to our stage to speak on "How (and why) happiness works as a business model".He has since become a TED speaker, and is one of the most sought after presenters in the arena of happiness and productivity at work. Here's our recording of his … Continue reading “In the modern workplace, Friday is the happiest day of the week”
At our recent Climate Change and the Workplace event, David Cheshire, Regional Sustainability Director at AECOM and author of Building Revolutions: Applying the Circular Economy to the Built Environment, spoke about the hows and whys of design, construction and workplace management in the context of a Circular Economy. https://youtu.be/oXW3Tqe1iPA
On the day when schools close for what may to working parents, seem like an eternity, I wanted to share with you my experience of 20 years working from home. Over those years we raised two boys (now 17 and 21) and most of the time I've been able to retain my sanity, keep work … Continue reading Working From Home – Top 10 Tips
We spend one third of our life working, but 60% of people feel lonely at work and 1.2 million office workers suffer from chronic loneliness (chronic loneliness is a harmful as having 15 cigarettes a day!) The problem hurts happiness and productivity, costing employers between £2–3.7 billion every year (that’s in the UK alone!)The Loneliness Lab You may remember … Continue reading Designing Out Loneliness in the Workplace