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Active games changing lives of young people in conflict with the law

Active games changing lives of young people in conflict with the law
Dr Adeela Shafi MBE, Associate Professor in Education at the University of Gloucestershire. The introduction of sport and physical games into the lives of young offenders makes a vital difference to their emotional stability, future education and employment opportunities, according to new project...
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IIP matters more in COVID-19 era - Democracy Counts Limited

IIP matters more in COVID-19 era - Democracy Counts Limited
Democracy Counts CEO, Simon Verdon Achieving its Investors in People (IIP) Award during the COVID-19 pandemic has meant more than just a vote of staff confidence for Warrington-based election software specialists, Democracy Counts Limited. “Over the last several months we’ve received our...
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Engagement - at the heart of board leadership

Engagement - at the heart of board leadership
Why is engagement crucial for boards operating in increasingly competitive environments, and how does compliance and stewardship factor in to make organisations successful? Nada Kakabadse, Professor of Policy, Governance and Ethics at the UK’s Henley Business School considers the issues....
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Bulimia cases rise during lockdown for obvious but fixable reasons

Bulimia cases rise during lockdown for obvious but fixable reasons
Hospital admissions for bulimia sufferers have risen sharply during lockdown for some simple, but fixable reasons, says Kate Hudson-Hall, an Ashford, Surrey-based eating disorder therapist and author of new book release ‘Bulimia Sucks.’ According to the latest NHS Digital data for England,...
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Is your business ready for Industry 4.0?

Is your business ready for Industry 4.0?
Organisations transitioning to Industry 4.0 face enormous change and potential cyber threats – are they ready? Professor Kamal Bechkoum, head of Computing and Engineering at the University of Gloucestershire considers the challenges ahead. Cyber physical systems are the core concept advocated...
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Boards still falling short on diversity

Boards still falling short on diversity
Female directors bring difference. They align more closely than men with social performance, feel more responsible for others’ wellbeing, and avoid harm where they can. The positives are clear, so why are so many companies failing to advance them onto the board? Nada Kakabadse, Professor of...
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Why your business needs a cyber-security apprentice

Why your business needs a cyber-security apprentice
Businesses can receive up to £3,000 government-funding for taking on a new cyber-security apprentice. Professor Kamal Bechkoum, head of Computing and Engineering at the University of Gloucestershire, explains why this is an opportunity not to be missed. Between now and January 31st, 2021, the...
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