Last week, the RSA and Bank of America Merill Lynch hosted a research roundtable with corporate funders of arts and cultural learning to explore how they currently support their grantees to continuously improve practice. ...
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Nick Looby FRSA's latest book, Modern Zombies, published in November is already shaking up the communication industry and sparking some incredibly interesting debates across all industries.
Professor Hamid Shirvani FRSA offers a frank account of the shift in attitude he has witnessed working and living in the United States.
More than 99% of private companies can now be defined as small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). In this new world of casualisation, how can we create a suitable service to help self-employed people access ways to improve ...
Improving how arts practitioners and teachers integrate the use of evidence of effective practice into arts and cultural learning. Laura Partridge reflects on what they can learn from other sectors that have trodden similar ...
For decades, programs and policies have been aiming to bring us a harmonious work life balance. Melanie Kirkbride FRSA argues that we have been asking the wrong question.
With the post-Christmas resolutions looming, when we try to address the worst of our seasonal over-indulgences, the question remains: how can we give up bad habits for good?
Sarah Spargo FRSA writes about The Hoxby Collective's approach to presenteeism in the workplace, and how a flexible approach to work benefits everyone.
6th October 2017
The run-up to World Values day has now begun in earnest. Some early events have already taken place, but there are plenty of new events and activities to get involved with.
Psychologists have long established the importance of early years attachment and subsequent separation to human development.