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The Times: Lego cure for Cambridge University students

This article discusses the Universities measures to improve mental health and wellbeing during the exam period. The activities, including outdoor yoga, free spider plants, adult colouring books, birdhouse decorating, crotchet, origami and rock painting were said to have proved popular…

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Leadership and mental health: what your team is looking for from you

As leaders, we often focus on driving results and achieving success in the workplace. However, we may overlook an important aspect of our role: promoting the mental health and well-being of our team members. You have the power to influence…

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Eat the elephant one bite at a time

Greg Nance (MPhil Management 2011) talks about success born out of adversity and running to raise awareness and funds for youth mental health. Greg Nance (MPhil 2011) Greg Nance led what could be described as a charmed life until the…

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MIT Sloan: Well-Being Intelligence: A Skill Set for the New World of Work

Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor in Organisation Theory and Deputy Director of the MBA programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, writes about a rise in workplace mental health issues. Read the full article []…

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INBusinessnews: The new era for entrepreneurship at the heart of the CIM Summit 2023

Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor in Organisation Theory and Deputy Director of the MBA programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, is mentioned in this article about mental health in the era of teleworking, digital marketing and artificial intelligence. Read the full article…

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How the pandemic affected anti-social behaviour

Those more intensely exposed to COVID-19 (coronavirus) became more anti-social, likely due to mental health deterioration, finds study co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School based on the pandemic’s outbreak in China. People who were more intensely exposed to coronavirus became…

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COVID-19 can have a significant impact on mental health, according to a recent study.

Celebrating pioneering social enterprises with £10,000 Cambridge Social Innovation Prize

Four social entrepreneurs pioneering new approaches to mental health, wellbeing, employment training, and publishing have been recognised with the 2022 Cambridge Social Innovation Prize, awarded by Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge, and the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation at Cambridge…

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Flexibility backfiring

Employee 'hyperflexibility' can institutionalise burnout and cause inequity by shifting workload to colleagues who don’t take leave, says article in MIT Sloan Management Review co-authored by Dr Thomas Roulet of Cambridge Judge Business School. Dr Thomas Roulet Forced time off…

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BBC: Why some work environments breed toxic cultures

Dr Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor in Organisation Theory at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on toxic environment in the workplace. “High-pressure contexts are more likely to lead to toxic workplaces as stress and anxiety trickle down the hierarchy,” Thomas says.…

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Ending the stigma

Erin Hallett, Director of Alumni & External Engagement at Cambridge Judge Business School, is named a role model by the mental health action group InsideOut as a senior workplace leader championing mental health issues in the workplace. Erin Hallett, the…

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