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May 15, 2019
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15
May

Minding out for each other | Mental Health Awareness Week

We are all pretty adept at spotting the signs of physical ailments in our work colleagues and friends, but what about their mental health…  With this week’s focus on Mental Health Awareness, do you know what you should be looking out for?  And how to respond appropriately if you have concerns? When I started writing...
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Young Women's Trust featured
15
May

WeAreTheCity are proud to announce Young Women’s Trust as our charity partner for the 2019 Rising Star Awards

WeAreTheCity are proud to announce Young Women’s Trust as our charity partner for the 2019 Rising Star Awards. Young Women’s Trust supports and represents women aged 16-30 struggling to live on low or no pay in England and Wales and who are at risk of being trapped in poverty. Over one million young women across...
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15
May

Inspirational Woman: Anshu Kotak | Author of ‘Buy To Let Loose’

Anshu Kotak is the author of the best-selling property book Buy To Let Loose and the founder of the eponymous app. Anshu was a long-standing investment advisor to business leaders of some of the largest companies in the UK. She left her role at Goldman Sachs to pursue property investing full-time. Tell us a bit...
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angry coworker, disruptive behaviour featured
15
May

Tips to tackle disruptive workplace behaviour

Leadership roles are accompanied by great responsibility and many of these relate to managing the workload or behaviours of others in the workplace. This can be intensified when many employees often look to the top for solutions to any disruptions that occur. Managing individuals who are exhibiting negative behaviours can be a difficult and time...
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Learning to say no featured
15
May

How to say no artfully

As a performance strategist, I often work with clients who have difficulty maintaining a healthy and sustainable balance between their work and personal lives. Whilst this can be for a number of reasons, the inability to say no is a big one. This typically translates into overpromising (and often under-delivering), being overloaded with work, and...
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