Bath Digital VIRTUAL festival starts today. Since it is happening online and we can all access it for a small ticket fee, I would like to highlight the sessions I really like. Here are my top choices.
The Digital Workplace has many definitions, but I like the one suggested by Jean-Michel Lambert because it is simple: “The digital workplace is a working environment, like your physical office or meeting room, but in a digital dimension.” Check out my notes from the Digital Workplace 2020 event.
Lewis Wedlock is a mental health activist and social psychologist from Bristol. He works for Project Zazi, a project by OTR Bristol that deals with young BAME people’s mental health experience through therapy and activism. He is also the creator of Pinpoint Academia, a university facing a personal development project that helps students locate and work towards their versions of success.
MailChimp presents “By The Books” – for your inspiration, especially if you are a business leader. Enjoy!
I am so grateful for inspiring people and for the opportunity to live in the digital age which allows them a unique voice.
A few of my clients got in touch recently to seek advice on improving diversity and tackling racism (mainly systemic racism) within their organisations. Here are my tips, questions to ask.
As I am watching the events in the US unfold, I feel uneasy. I am white. I am privileged. I come from a racist culture. And so I am in pain. I feel ashamed. I feel angry.
Listening is the first step to comprehension. However, most of us grow up learning to speak, but not really learning to listen. How can we learn to listen better in our daily lives?
In October I had the pleasure to listen to Dr Margaret Heffernan’s Bristol Media talk on the difficulties of modern leadership – leadership in times of uncertainty.