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You're welcome to attend July's #Caring4NHSPeople session, Wednesday 14 July 4pm to 5pm which will be about retaining #OurNHSPeople beyond the pandemic. Joining details are here.
Researchers at MIT have questioned whether SMART goals (specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, time-bound) actually work. They suggest we might get better outcomes if we make our goals FAST not SMART: Via @mitsmr@Haypsych#100Repeat Tweets no. 33. Read the post.
Those of us who have been mostly working virtually from home for the past 16 months have been visited many times by the four horsepeople of procrastination.
Employee activism is becoming core to workplace life. Four actions for leaders: 1) Build empathy/respect for others’ views 2) invite different perspectives into the leadership fold 3) accept mistakes gracefully 4) teach people how to disagree:Read the post by @MeganReitz1
If you work creatively (design learning, write or code etc) & you struggle to manage your time working in a large organisation, it may be because you're a "maker" & you find yourself working to a "manager" schedule: Read the post v @sketchplanator#100RepeatTweets no.31