Library

Welcome to our Library - a rich bank of online content updated weekly. Browse our collection of Expert Articles, listen to our podcast series discussing views and perspectives from both experts and those with lived experience, and our popular blog series where members share their experiences of balancing work and home.

Expert Articles

Sketchnote: Jenny Garrett OBE on the Power of Awar...

In early July, we were lucky enough to have Jenny Garrett OBE talk to us about the power ...

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Blog

Sioux's blog: Line Manager Lessons

I’ve been a line manager for several years and have been managed by an array of people o...

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Blog

Sheila's blog: Why I Still Come to the Office (Eve...

I want to tackle a question I get a lot, particularly with my somewhat unorthodox commute&ndas...

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Blog

Dolly's blog: Change is Inevitable

Meanwhile, like Dick Whittington in pursuit of better career opportunities and a more favourab...

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Expert Articles

Eight Ways to Support your Mental Health as a Parent

During May you may have noticed that conversations around mental health have increased. With t...

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Expert Articles

Positive Parenting Tips for The Summer Holidays

School can be an enormously stressful environment for many children and the impending school h...

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Blog

Barbara's blog: Sandman Struggles

I was recently successful in securing a secondment with a small but impactful organisation, to...

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Blog

Linda's Blog: Just Do It

I've spent the last few months in crisis mode at work, gradually becoming more and more wo...

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Expert Articles

How to Make a Career Development Plan: Aligning Yo...

In today's rapidly evolving career landscape, where job roles and required skills are cons...

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Blog

Devinder's blog: The Rhythm is Going to Get You

Music is a way to remember a feeling you once had.  It can remind you of an occasion...

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Expert Articles

Developing Your Support Network Before Taking Pare...

Going on parental leave and returning to work brings many challenges, but you don’t have...

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Blog

Jill's blog: Enough

I think we need to remove the word enough from common use. Am I good enough? Have I ...

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Blog

Lee's blog: How Do You Manage?

A recent prompt from senior management to make sure we are keeping up with training and develo...

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Expert Articles

How to Help Kids Deal with Worrying News Stories

We’re constantly shown violence in the news We’re a 24 hour news society with...

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Blog

Jill's blog: Process the Unprocessable

After the birth of my second child, my brain went into overdrive. And not in a healthy way. ...

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Blog

Rachels' blog: Falling Into Place

Have you ever watched a toddler trying to do a puzzle? I love the mix of concentration an...

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Expert Articles

Sketchnote: Emma Gleadhill on Setting Boundaries w...

WorkLife Central's spring programme featured an 'Ask the Expert' session with Emma...

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Blog

Olivia's blog: Living with Addiction

I’ve been married to the man I love for 15 years. He’s a kind man, a fun man, a go...

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Podcasts

The Job Share Revolution

Laura Walker and Chloe Fletcher, who have shared senior finance roles at Asda, talk to Anna all...

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Expert Articles

Sketchnote: Lee Chambers on Positive Masculinity

In a Live Talk airing in February 2024, Lee Chambers talked to us about masculinity in its cur...

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Blog

Eliza's blog: Shift in Mindset

The first quarter of 2024 has truly flashed before my eyes. My mum always says this is a good ...

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Expert Articles

Sibling Rivalry…The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly

Sibling Rivalry…Where there’s a sibling, the potential for conflict, rivalry, env...

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Podcasts

Kyle Davies on Therapeutic Coaching and Mental Hea...

Psychologist and therapeutic coach Kyle Davies talks to us about his own experience of anxiety ...

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Blog

Sioux's blog: Academia vs The School of Life

I am not well educated. I have a few GCSEs to my name, never did A-levels and my lack of unive...

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