It seems that every website now has a section labelled “Covid-19” or “Coronavirus” Perhaps that reflects how the pandemic is currently dominating our news and our thinking at this time. …
In these challenging times, we understand that some people may have lost their jobs during this period and this may lead to many additional pressures including financial and health. Back in …
Update on 17th April: businesses are large and small – we have been contacted on behalf of a group of small local Edinburgh businesses who have banded together at this …
Below is the text from a mailing which I sent out on Friday 20th March to our network – it contains some links to resources that we feel might be …
All the reports from our talks listed in A-Z order with clickable links
This was a very interesting and helpful talk, offering tips on how to ensure the easiest and best transition into a new job or workplace while minimising the uncertainty and angst that sometimes come with such a move.
Tagged: Personal Development, Workplace Issues & Resilience, Workplace Practicalities, #IPOC18
This talk from Craig Hall of Teviot Creative is difficult to describe but was an immensely interesting and absorbing introduction to the technique of mind mapping – audio and PowerPoint resources are available in this item.
Tagged: Personal Development, #IPOC18
The first Event under business matters new theme “In Pursuit of Certainty”, this talk addressed the issue of how to deal positively with the inevitable uncertainties that life and work throw at us in the 21st century.
Tagged: Personal Development, Workplace Issues & Resilience, #IPOC18
business matters was delighted to co-host a series of three lectures in September, October and November 2017 on “Wellbeing in the Workplace”, along with Work Place Chaplaincy Scotland and OASIS Edinburgh.
The second of these was given by David Craigie, a member of the business matters network and an Occupational Psychologist.
We took the opportunity to record David’s lecture and he has kindly allowed us to use that recording, and the PowerPoint presentation he used on the evening on the website here.
This is well worth listening to!
Tagged: Workplace Issues & Resilience, Personal Development, Helping Colleagues