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Find out how to fix work – from the man who knows

by Sally Northeast For most of us work is a necessity and we spend an awful lot of time there (in fact it’s around 80-90,000 hours across the average lifetime – that’s a third of your life at work!*). With numbers like that we really should be aiming to make our working life as happy […]

The #CUinthefield scholarship is back for 2020!

By Comms Unplugged co-creator Sally Northeast Giving is a huge part of the Comms Unplugged ethos – whether it’s your time, your cash, your expertise or your support. It’s one of the five steps to wellbeing that underpin everything we’re trying to do. So last year, after a wonderfully supportive and altruistic chat in one […]

Switching on to Comms Unplugged

by Daniel Cattanach So I finally went and did it. After almost four years of dilly-dallying, I have bitten the silver bullet and bought my first-ever ticket for Comms Unplugged. I absolutely cannot wait to get into that field in delightful Dorset – the field of dreams; the field of expert inspirational speakers; the field […]

YOUR ‘CUT OUT AND SEND’ LETTER FOR A BOSS WHO DOESN’T GET COMMS UNPLUGGED

Comms Unplugged was the best work-related thing I did last year. Period. by Darren Caveney I honestly believe that Comms UnPlugged is the best industry event there is. I feel happy saying that as it is a not-for-profit event. The only people who benefit are the attendees. Well it’s back for 2020 – slightly bigger […]

Everything in moderation – what I learned from Dry January

by Josephine Graham I generally consider myself to be quite a healthy person. I walk a reasonable amount, go to a weekly yoga class and usually manage to eat five portions of fruit and veg each day. But over the last three or four years, I have got into a bit of a wine habit. […]

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