People managers: the new front line
As restrictions on where we work have been lifted across the country during the summer, there’s been a flurry of media attention recently on the ‘return to offices’. There is now a lot of discussion about the advantages of flexible working, a lot of stories about which businesses are embracing the recent changes in working […]Continue reading
Hybrid working: the point of no return?
Mindapples has been a long-time champion of wellbeing at work, and we’re hopeful the events of the past year will be a much-needed springboard for businesses to invest in the wellbeing of their staff. Government guidance has changed and we can now work from the office if we wish – but it remains to be […]Continue reading
COVID-19: a springboard for mental health?
As we acknowledge the various anniversaries of the COVID-19 pandemic and look back over a year of worry and suffering, our thoughts turn naturally to what happens after all this is over. There is light at the end of the tunnel, for the developed world at least, and we all face the prospect of returning […]Continue reading
Why workplace wellbeing?
Smart businesses promote wellbeing at work. Find out why with Andy Gibson and Mindapples.Continue reading
Mindapples COVID-19 update: back-to-school edition
Hello everyone, Back in March, before the first major lockdown of the COVID-19 pandemic, I wrote about what Mindapples would be doing to respond to the crisis. We have been supporting our commercial clients and continuing our training and webinar work, and the Mindapples Charity launched a public campaign to give people support during the […]Continue reading
Handling pressure and stress at work
“Very few tigers are found prowling around the floors of a law firm,” says Rebecca Tipper in the second of Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co LLP’s blogs on the Mindapples programme. Developing our skills with Mindapples By: Rebecca Tipper 04 Dec 2015 Mindapples is a not-for-profit business which aims to teach us how our minds […]Continue reading