The importance of embracing and celebrating our natural strengths

Share this PostBy Christine Richardson Talk more in meetings. Shout louder to make your point heard. Be more assertive. You …

VIEW FROM A REDUNDANT EMPLOYEE: WHY MENTAL HEALTH COULD YET BE THE BIGGEST CHALLENGE OF COVID-19

Share this PostBack in June, I wrote about the professional challenges – despite some personal upsides – of being furloughed …

Teachers are the best influencers in the world and we need to celebrate them

Share this PostA blog by Anne Nicholls On 23 September Dr Jamie Frost, a maths teacher from a west London …

FUTUREPROOFING PR: Ethical accountability in AI MUST become part of the PR curriculum

Share this PostBy Dr Susan Kinnear 1992 was probably the most pronounced ‘annus horribilis’ in the history of marketing education.  …

Why now may be the right time to launch a national open school

Share this PostBy Anne Nicholls  In 1969 a pioneering educational experiment was born – the Open University. At the time     …

Views from the sector: Balancing work and parenting during lockdown

Share this PostLockdown has undoubtedly had its challenges, even as some of the restrictions start to ease. One of the …

Education and Skills Sector Summer Drinks with special guest, Stephen Waddington

Share this PostAs you may know, ‘on-nomi’ is a Japanese term that has been coined for having a drink with …

How is the role of communications professionals changing amidst the pandemic?

Share this PostBy Anne Nicholls Almost all sectors of our society have been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. Education and …

View from a furloughed employee: coping when communications has been closed off

Share this PostLike a number of communications professionals, after getting over the initial shock of the fast-escalating lockdown in March, …