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21
Sep

Training That Makes A Difference

I was delighted to hear that a recent delegate on our  12 month Management Development Programme had sent out a testimonial to her network, talking about 10 takeaways from the training. We don’t often blow our own trumpet at Namasté , we tend to focus on helping others rather than helping ourselves, however, this is …

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5
Sep

We are changing…

Facing Unpalatable Truths You know when someone tells you something you don’t really want to hear? It’s something about an idea you had, something that you really like, something you think talks about who you are and what you do? In short, it is something that feels very personal to you. You Always Have a …

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9
May

Mental Health Awareness Week 8 – 12 May

This week is National Mental Health Awareness Week. Many of us know how to look after our physical health, but we are less clued up on how to do this for our mental health. Many things can impact on our mental wellbeing including our relationships, stress levels, quality of sleep, diet and our level of …

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28
Apr

Spotting Mental Health Problems in Others:

Prince Harry’s recent revelation that after many years suffering, he sought help for the grief of his mother’s death has left many of us wondering how we would spot others in emotional stress. After all, most people saw the Prince as a tough, capable soldier who let his hair down when off duty – what’s …

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10
Aug

Namasté on the Radio!

Mindfulness on the Radio: David and I were invited along to BBC Radio Cambridgeshire today to talk about wellbeing at work, the conversation went from mindful walks to mobile phones, on to multitasking, taking breaks and wellbeing and performance, we even spoke about Ben and Jerry’s! Listen Again To find out more you can listen …

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8
Aug

Would You Like to Take a Mindful Walk?

Guided Meditation in Beautiful Cambridge Gardens: David Lynch will be guiding busy professionals through a mindful meditation while walking in some of the beautiful Cambridge College grounds. David and our colleague Clare were recently featured in a Cambridge News article about the benefits of movement. Join Us For a Mindful Walk Walks are being held every …

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20
Jun

How To Recognise the Gender Differences Relating to Mental Health Issues

Gender and Mental Health: We have been talking recently about differences in men and women when they experience mental health issues. Research suggests that women and men suffer from mental health issues in different ways; women experience anxiety or depression, while men tend toward substance abuse or antisocial disorders. What Does This Mean At Work? …

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1
Jun

52% Don’t Leave The Office At Lunchtime!

What Do You Do at Lunchtime? People Management recently reported that only 30% of UK workers take proper lunch breaks, with nearly a quarter of people working through their typical lunch break and a further 46% spending it on the internet. Reasons for Working Through Lunch A survey of 2,000 UK adults found that office workers are reluctant to take a …

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11
May

How To… Support Mental Health at Work

This month we have focused on mental health at work following the governments’ decision to invest £1 billion in mental health services to help those struggling with mental health issues to find or return to work. Now I’d like to focus on what it is that we at Namasté Culture can do to support your …

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25
Apr

Mindfulness With Cambridge Network

So much to achieve, so little time to stop, reflect and do things differently. This seems to be both the truth for most busy professionals, the reason for not engaging and the very need for mindfulness training. So, what can we do as trainers to make mindfulness training more accessible and attractive to those who …

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