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04 May 2017

How Prince Harry Made The Workforce Healthier

If the ‘Kate Middleton effect’ has been to add £1bn to the UK fashion industry, the ‘Prince Harry effect’ is proving to be the ability to make people feel safe talking about their mental health. By talking about the deeply personal issues he suffered after the death of his mother, Prince Harry has done more to destigmatise mental health than years of campaigning...

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04 January 2017
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Why loneliness poses the same health risk as smoking

When it comes to planning your annual wellbeing programme, addressing known health risks, such as smoking, poor diet and physical inactivity, is to be expected. What’s less known is that loneliness is…

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09 December 2016
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Five ways to use ‘Hygge’ to increase happiness at work

Hygge, the art of enjoying everyday life attributed with making the Danes the happiest nation, has officially become a thing in the UK. Not only has the word (pronounced ‘hoo-ga’) recently made it in…

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14 April 2016
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Can we learn to be our own best friend? The benefits of learning to practice Self-Compassion

Why is it that we say things to ourselves that we would never say to a friend or colleague? Do you find yourself running a constant critical self-commentary and then wonder why you have no self-belief…

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02 December 2015
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Are you doing enough to help divorcing employees?

For every loved-up couple looking forward to their first Christmas together another will be embarking on their last. Dashed expectations for a nice Christmas and New Year mean that by January – dubbed…

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