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Professor Brad Hooker University of Reading The Covid-19 pandemic poses new worries, stresses, and questions. Very many of these new questions are biological, medical, economic, or logistical. Many possible answers
With our Trees for Reading initiative, we aim to bring more than 3,000 urban trees to Reading over the next five years. To make this possible, we’re looking for local organisations to sponsor their planting and care and inviting Reading residents to donate to our community tree planting fund.
Business delivers things societies want or need, from goods and services through to things like wealth creation and employment. However, businesses also enjoy a range of benefits from society (such
Directors, HR Professionals and Senior Managers were invited to attend the #WellbeingatWork business breakfast seminar on February 8th, held at IKEA in Calcot and organised by IKEA and BalanceTime http://www.balancetime.co.uk/ . The focus was on helping organisations unpick
We were delighted to be invited to Leighton Park School on 30th January to meet with a group of sixth formers and discuss ethics. We worked with a real life
We were set up as a company in the autumn of 2017, and we started to be visible with our launch at Reading’s Thames Tower on January 24th to over
Ethical Reading Director Gill Ringland asked Dr Kleio Akrivou of Henley Business School to share some of the insights she had from teaching ethics to international students. “Dr Akrivou, you
Most people are familiar with George Santayana’s famous remark that “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it” and, with the ten year anniversary of Lehman Brothers
A really enjoyable session where I presented the subject of stress and burnout by firstly exploring a diagram I presented called the Human Function Curve. In this initial discussion I spoke about how we need activity in our lives in order to thrive and how having nothing to do is actually detrimental to our mental health.