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Gender Roles In The Workplace

Hillary Clinton could make history this November if she is elected as the first female U.S President. An impressive milestone for gender equality; especially when you consider had she been born 100 years earlier she would not have even been…

The Power of Music

Music. We’re told it’s the gateway to the heart, the key to our emotions. It can transport us through time and space back to a day, a feeling, the memory of a person… And lately, more and more it has become a feature of the workplace. At…

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How to Create Happy Habits

We welcome Nina Jervis to our Good Day At Work community. Nina is a freelance writer and a former Head of HR for a number of London-based consultancies.  She hails from sunny Southend-on-Sea and enjoys reading, dancing, long seafront walks and…

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The Power Of A Conversation

Sometimes you watch a video that leaves its mark on you, its message doesn’t go away when the credits roll in, and you’re left with a different feeling to what you had before you pressed play. Our partners, The Movember Foundation have…

Our Health—Whose Responsibility Is It?

Nineteen per cent of our year six students are obese, according to Public Health England statistics. Healthy diet and lifestyle patterns are learned in early childhood and we carry them all the way through with us to adulthood. Almost…

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Honest Conversations In the Workplace

We need more honest conversations – more messy, scary conversations – about mental ill-health at work. But these are the conversations that are the most difficult to have. We need more honest conversations – more messy, scary conversations – about…

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Working Across Cultures

While there are so many amazing benefits to living and working in another country—adventure, new experiences, new friends—it’s not all smooth sailing.    During the last year and a half I’ve done a lot of moving. I packed up my life in…

Do You Have The Urge To Learn?

Barry Johnson from Learning Partners Ltd wrote for CIPD this week about the shift from training employees to encouraging your people to want to learn. “Acquiring new skills and mastering new approaches is fundamental to our shift from training to…

Is ‘Bore Out’ the New Burnout?

The BBC recently reported on a Frenchman who was so bored in his job that he is now suing his former employer. What followed was the cleverly coined term ‘bore out’, boredom’s answer to burnout and questions around the legitimacy of bore out…

We Are So Excited To Announce…

In a perfect way to round out a great week (comprised of many good days at work!) we are very excited to announce we have been shortlisted for FOUR, YES FOUR awards!  We have been shortlisted for our work with Network Rail: Everyone…

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A Conversation with John Amaechi

John Amaechi’s career is far from dull. He is a New York Times best-selling author, social entrepreneur and executive coach, with a decade-long NBA basketball career thrown in for good measure. We were delighted to welcome John to Good Day At Work…

Do You Know the Seven Signs of Readiness?

The Seven Signs of Readiness, developed by our MD Ben Moss and Co-Founder Professor Sir Cary Cooper measures an organisation's willingness and ability to truly implement a wellbeing strategy. It removes the ‘quick-fix-solution' approach and…