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Thought pieces, opinions, interviews, tools and tips and data insights - the Future of Work
Creating a wellbeing economy – part 2 – small steps to bigger change.

More and more Governments are putting Wellbeing and Mental Fitness at the heart of their purpose and policy making. The growing understanding of the cost of Mental Health to national economies paired with realisations about the potential of wellbeing to be a driving force in an ‘Economy of Well-Being’ is putting the topic centre stage...

The stretch and the strain of stress and anxiety

The ability to understand and manage our stress and anxiety are both important pillars of our Mental Fitness. They often have something of an interdependent relationship with each other arriving as part of the same experience.  Stress is our response to a threat: we fear what we believe threatens us Anxiety is our reaction to...

How can the Pharmaceutical Sector lead the way in making workplace wellbeing a driver of growth and innovation?

The pharmaceutical sector has always been characterised by resilience and innovation. Covid-19 demanded both in unprecedented amounts and the sector’s response was remarkable. As the medical professions were working out ways to treat the virus, the pharmaceutical sector began investigating the relevance and efficacy of existing drugs, rapidly researched and developed potential new medicines to...

Building the confidence to be creative

Creativity requires confidence.  By definition creativity requires self belief and self confidence. Whatever the form of creativity – art, design, advertising, music, entrepreneurialism, a new product or service, a new idea – creativity is the act of bringing something new into the world.  We should never underestimate the confidence that requires. By definition the new...