We all know that the hardest thing to build at work is a great team. The hardest thing to build at home is a strong family.

Teams that communicate honestly will trust one another more and perform better.  Families that care about each other enough will have honest conversations that get them through difficult times in a kinder and more supportive way.

Workplace conflict: you need more of it.

23 March 2020 | 0 Comment | Angela Mitchell

When colleagues challenge each other you have a more stimulating work environment. Colleagues that feel safe and confi

Taking work home: how difficult conversations at work can help us at home.

23 March 2020 | 0 Comment | Angela Mitchell

The communication lessons we learn at work are just as valuable at home. They don't need to be forgotten when the clock

Consequences of Morale

25 March 2020 | 0 Comment | Angela Mitchell

An example of how long morale can impact a business in the longterm.

Exclusivity and Culture

25 March 2020 | 0 Comment | Angela Mitchell

A teacher on a small island off the mainland of Scotland was having problems with one new child in the reception class.

Emotional Intelligence

11 November 2021 | 0 Comment | Angela Mitchell

Using emotional intelligence to resolve a problem.

Emotional Inelegance

31 October 2021 | 0 Comment | Angela Mitchell

A story about the importance of making sure you are in the right frame of mind before hitting 'send'.

A Frozen Genius

31 October 2021 | 0 Comment | Angela Mitchell

A story about overcoming obstacles and celebrating our differences.

Class and Diversity

31 October 2021 | 0 Comment | Angela Mitchell

The story of Steph McGovern and her work towards a more diverse BBC.

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