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Why every business needs a Mental Health First Aider

Fully funded MHFA training. Before preparing for another day of Zoom calls, it’s well worth having a read of this article. We’re offering you access to an online training programme that will help change the lives of everyone in your organisation, without costing you a penny.

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4 Ways to Support Employee Mental Health and Wellbeing

A guide to the post-lockdown workplace. The Covid-19 pandemic has transformed all aspects of our society in a short space of time. As the country begins to ease out of lockdown, we are experiencing a new change, with more workplaces beginning to open their doors.

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Mental Health in the Built Environment Sector: A blog by Simeon

In this guest blog, Simeon Shtebunaev shares his personal experiences of the stresses and strains of working in architecture and what you can do on both a personal and organisational level, to manage mental health at work.

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6 Strategies for Managing Your Financial Wellbeing in A Crisis

Money…Money…Money! Abba had such a hit with this timeless classic. But money is certainly not funny, and it is not always sunny, when you face the dark reality of struggling with financial well-being. Unfortunately, the impact of negative financial wellbeing has a stark impact in the world of work, where financial stress is one of the biggest challenges to employee productivity. Guest blog by Joel Blake OBE.

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5 Working from Home Tips for Maintaining a Routine

It is important to maintain a routine when working from home. By organising our time, we know what to expect and have steps to work towards throughout the day. This enables us to retain a sense of purpose which in turn aids motivation and productivity and helps reduce feelings of anxiety. This blog highlights 5 simple things you can do each day to maintain a healthy routine.

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5 Ways Leaders Can Improve Workplace Culture

In this blog Executive Coach, Rebecca Mander tells us of her own account of poor well-being in the workplace and why she now supports senior leaders during personal setback. Plus her 5 top tips for supporting your teams. Guest blog by Rebecca Mander.

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COVID-19 Coronavirus Statement

In light of recent developments regarding the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak, we have reviewed and updated our training policy. Further details can be found in this article.

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Mental Health in Architecture: A Blog by Amy

A personal experience blog by Amy Francis-Smith in which she shares her experience of mental health whilst completing her masters degree and explains how she managers her mental health within her role in Architecture. Guest blog by Amy Francis-Smith.

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Christmas Stress: How to Survive Chrimbo Limbo

Christmas. An exquisitely decorated tree, gifts and chuckling family members sofa bound, shamelessly munching on Quality Streets. What is there to stress about?

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What is it Like to Suffer with a Mental Illness and Identify as BME?

Recent years have seen a marked effort to address the increase in mental health difficulties faced by the nation, with specific strategies implemented to aid in both the management and prevention of mental health issues amongst those aged 16 – 25 in particular.

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