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Communicating in the Working World

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In organisations, we tend towards formality within our communications. Consider the corporate strategy.  So much time taken to craft and communicate.  But all too often, the content tends to reside in PowerPoint slides, websites designed for reading by external audience, in formal language far removed from the front line.  They are written for a multitude of audiences, from the investor to the employee. 

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Did you have a good day at work?

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'Did you have a good day at work?'

It’s a simple question, but for most of us, it’s a strong indicator of our happiness, health and sense of purpose: our wellbeing. Wellbeing influences – and is influenced by – every aspect of our lives. We spend roughly half our waking hours at work, and a huge factor of our wellbeing boils down to how we feel there.

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Jessica Hildyard is the newest guest blogger for our Good Day At Work community. Jess is a freelance writer and has a strong interest in workplace wellbeing and positive office culture. A roller derby nut, Jess also believes in the power of exercise for boosting positivity and creativity. 

Inspired by our recent conversation with John Amaechi about the importance of resilience and a positive working environment, Jess reflects on what workplaces can learn from the exciting world of roller derby.

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Our guest blogger Nina Jervis opens a window into her world, where flexible and remote working is key, and making work, work for her is prioritised.   

Nina shares her advice to others who are looking to take the plunge into flexible working.

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For an organisation, it is about recognising that work-life integration might just be your biggest talent opportunity. Your chance to engage, attract and retain the best people out there who want or need – for any reason or no reason at all – a real integration of their work and personal lives.

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