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WATC Admin Team
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26
Apr

Tackling workplace stress: changing minds, attitudes and behaviours

By Tara O’Sullivan, CMO at Skillsoft According to UK Government research, stress and poor mental health costs UK businesses between £33 billion and £42 billion a year through reduced productivity, high staff turnover and sickness absence—equivalent to £1,205-£1,560 for every employee in the UK workforce. This highlights why all employers need to act on mental...
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Kate Franklin featured
26
Apr

WeAreFutureLeaders Speaker Spotlight: Kate Franklin

WeAreTheCity speaks to Kate Franklin CPCC, PCC, Director of White & Lime, about her career. Kate is also one of the keynote speakers at our upcoming WeAreFutureLeaders conference on 24 May. Kate Franklin is a passionate and straight-talking speaker. Kate adapts her material and approach to ensure she has a provocative and validating impact on...
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Marianna Cherry featured
25
Apr

Inspirational Woman: Marianna Cherry | Founder, Mums The Heroes

Marianna Cherry created Mums the Heroes in 2015.  She knew it was the right concept after seeing many mediocre speakers and poor practice in self development industry. She decided to go and aquire proper education and design her own school of thoughts. Too many women are struggling to balance and remain emotionally and physically resilient...
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Stressed woman in work
24
Apr

Seven simple cortisol-lowering exercises to beat stress at work

Stress levels are on the rise – not surprising because we’re living in a world of unprecedented change, and worry and stress go hand and hand with uncertainty and risk. Human beings are not evolving as quickly as the pace of change, leaving many of us feeling threatened or overwhelmed.  We haven’t been trained to...
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23
Apr

Don’t ignore the warning signs of stress

By Amanda Augustine, career advice expert, TopCV April is National Stress Awareness Month, a time when health care professionals and health promotion experts join forces to increase public awareness about both the causes and cures for society’s modern stress epidemic. The use of the word epidemic may seem an over exaggeration, but when you look...
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19
Apr

Sign of the times: jobs that are dying out

It’s not for anyone to say what career path you should choose but it’s probably a good idea to get in the know when it comes to the job market. Browse jobs with us on The Job Auction if you’re curious what’s out there today. The future is already here and with it comes a...
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Kay White featured
19
Apr

WeAreFutureLeaders Speaker Spotlight: Kay White

WeAreTheCity speaks to Kay White, Author and the Smart Career Moves Mentor for Corporate Women, about her career. Kay is also one of the keynote speakers at our upcoming WeAreFutureLeaders conference on 24 May. Kay White is known as The Smart Career Moves Mentor for Corporate Women and is the Author of two Number 1...
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18
Apr

Get an exclusive 10 per cent off My Confidence Matters’ unique public speaking programme, Speak Up

WeAreTheCity is delighted to be supporting a unique public speaking programme for a small cohort of six like-minded women. Whether you need to speak on webinars, in front of clients or colleagues or talk to the media, this six week transformational course is ideal for women that want to have more confidence to speak up....
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