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How do we have difficult conversations with each other?

This excellent question was posed recently by Navina Evans (the Chief Executive of East London Foundation Trust) recently in her blog, Respect and Dignity, Everyday. It’s a question that has been [...]

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Being human

We can all be guilty of “performing” at work, acting the part, putting on our ‘game face’ and fending off imposter syndrome. So when I was shown complete acceptance and respect by my NHS [...]

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Kindness in a world where ‘teaching by humiliation’ is a thing

When I was a child, my mum would tell stories of her school days when children would be made to stand up and recite their rote learning of poetry. When their minds drifted, or they forgot [...]

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When conflict builds connections

Disagreeing with others isn’t everyone’s idea of a positive experience or love in the NHS. I get that, and as someone who hates conflict, I’d normally feel the same. I think the fact that this is [...]