Two weeks ago we discussed what emotional intelligence is and how it can affect the decisions you make ( http://bit.ly/2czbXID ). It has long been recognised that some people are low in emotional intelligence and some are high and that this can have an effect on academic success, work performance and
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The long days of summer are drawing to a close. The new school semester can bring with it excitement but also some stress for the whole family. Here we give you some tips to help.
Organisation is key: Our minds do not like having unfinished tasks. Much like an app running
The workplace is filled with situations in which negotiating complex social interactions is just as important as work itself. Be it dealing with a difficult colleague or attending a social event social interaction at work can be stressful. Social confidence is something that many people struggle with so we’ve prepared
The ease of online communication nowadays means that more of our social interactions are moving online. But are we missing out on important face-to-face interactions? We summarise the research comparing online to face-to-face communication.
Easiness vs. Happiness.
Online communication is quick and easy. It’s particularly important for people who live away
You know that work-life balance is important but knowing and doing are two different things. So how do you start? We have 5 top tips to help your work-life balance.
1) Timetabling: If you find that work leaks into your leisure time more often than not it’s time to make a
Social contact is one of the most important ways of relieving stress. Yet as we get older and have more responsibilities it can be too easy to forgo contact with friends in favour of all of the other tasks that we have to complete. Here we give you five reasons