Organisational Blogs | Calm People - Part 2

Organisational Blogs

Stress: Whose responsibility is it ?

April is Stress Awareness Month in the UK A few weeks ago a survey of 1300 workers by ADP about stress in the workplace was released. Several blogs trumpeted the headline figures including the words “A third of UK workers (31 percent) say their employer has little or no interest in their mental health, despite…

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Keeping Calm On The Road has finished for this year

Calm People have just finished working with a national logistics organisation training their drivers to be stay calm on the road. In other words we have been helping them be more emotionally resilient. Emotionally resilient drivers are likely to – Be more alert and drive more safely. Be less emotionally reactive and thus be –…

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Hug Your Boss Day 9th September 2016

Here at Calm People we work in a lot of organisations of all different sizes. When talking to delegates about stress there is always one theme that evolves in almost every workshop. When we talk about the sources of their stress on major source of stress is The Boss. For us it is too easy…

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Jo Cox – Bringing the humanity into politics

A short note about the impact for me , and I think many others, that the death of Jo Cox has had on politics. In the world of anger management, it is well known the effects that our criticisms and judgements of others have on the relationship between us and them. To recap quickly, when…

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A Referendum – A lesson in how to end up in conflict

What lessons for anger management and general calmness could the referendum on the European union membership hold for us? If David Cameron had known the impact that calling a referendum on our membership of the European union would have on his party, society in general and certain individuals would he still have called it? I…

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