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Is life really that complex?

Is life really that complex?

Can an algorithm forecast the site of the next riot? In this accessible talk, mathematician Hannah Fry shows how complex social behavior can be analyzed and perhaps predicted through analogies to natural phenomena, like the patterns of a leopard’s spots or the distribution of predators and prey in the wild. Hannah Fry · Complexity theorist […]

08/12/2019 | By | Reply More
Inclusive Leaders

Inclusive Leaders

The chief executive’s role is changing from the traditional command and control approach to one of inclusive and purposeful leadership. Leading by example means demonstrating a willingness to create a highly inclusive culture, which goes deeper than simple quotas. A CEO must provide opportunities for all ages, gender and ethnicity. Raconteur report, future CEO, NOV, […]

10/11/2019 | By | Reply More
How’s your mental health?

How’s your mental health?

It’s World Mental Health Day and new research reveals 60% of people have [Photo: Shalom Mwenesi/Unsplash] experienced issues with their mental health in the past year, but six in 10 of these didn’t discuss it at work. Three out of every five people who took part in the study said their mental health had an impact […]

10/10/2019 | By | Reply More
Importance of songs and rhymes in the Early Years

Importance of songs and rhymes in the Early Years

USING songs, rhymes and picture books is a great way to help your child develop their language and communication skills. It’s never too early or too late to start signing and rhyming with your child. Not only is it fun but it is also a great way to get to know each other. Children’s communication […]

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Assertiveness – the effect of voice and tone

Assertiveness – the effect of voice and tone

Mothers who talk to their teenage children in a “controlling tone of voice” are more likely to start an argument than get a positive response, according to researchers. The Cardiff University study examined the responses of 14 and 15-year-olds to instructions given to them in different ways of speaking. It showed that mothers wanting to […]

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