The psychology of human strengths is becoming ever more popular in businesses, maybe not as much as in the United States, but nonetheless, it is becoming an important approach to increase employee wellbeing and helping employees to perform at their … Continue reading Strengths at “work” by Dan Collinson
The images I see in the UK media of mainly African people who have fled their countries of origin because they are desperate for a better life is truly distressing. Not only because of the inhumane conditions that is evident, but also … Continue reading Calais migrants: A case for investing in Africa
When I first read the title as it popped up in LinkedIn I thought Rafiq had put pen to paper about an uncle he has who runs a chain of old people’s homes… what I read made me reflect, I … Continue reading In the people business – some people are dying – interested?
When you’ve got a great idea you want to share with someone at a big corporate and you don’t know who to call… what do you do? In the old days, when you worked in corporate HQ you could ask … Continue reading Are you missing the office banter?
Yesterday we achieved our crowd funding target for Forest School’s 3D Printer… let me tell you a story… The invitation was despatched, “You are cordially invited to a presentation at the House of Commons on the afternoon of Thursday 4th December hosted by Barry Sheerman … Continue reading 3D Printers for YOUR School
Pictures paint 1000 words… so they make a great substitute where you can’t use video… videos paint 1,000,000 words! I’m putting together a document called “The 39 Steps of Crowd Funding Success” and I’d like 39 pictures plus one for … Continue reading Crowd Sourcing Some Pictures, Can You Help?
We’ve launched 2 Christmas charity crowd funding campaigns, a National 3D Printer project (starting in Wokingham) and put the call our for a corporate family fun day so we need to showcase an individual or two! First up, Charlotte Wilkinson … Continue reading Crowd Funding your dreams