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Liberty Mind is the people and culture company that works with SMEs to improve employee engagement. We create unique company cultures and build engaged teams. ✨
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Liberty Mind Aug 23
Considering flexible working at your company? Here are six of the most common flexible working models currently being used around the world.
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Liberty Mind Aug 21
Company culture includes people. Which is why Make It Thrive; The Company Culture Podcast, is about opening up the conversations around culture. Catch up on season one.
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Liberty Mind Aug 19
Many people assume that company culture are the social activities that happen within an organisation, or the work perks. But the fact is, company culture is essentially made from nine elements that separate your company from others.
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Liberty Mind Aug 16
Need some ideas to rejuvenate your company culture? Here are five that can help give you some inspiration.
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Liberty Mind Aug 14
Be more human at work. We must remember that recognising people’s hard work with a thank you and helping others is also important.
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Liberty Mind Aug 12
In Make it Thrive; The Company Culture Podcast we've discussed flexible working, corporate cultures, mental health, and burnout. Catch up on season one.
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Liberty Mind Aug 7
While you may not set out to create an agile company culture, by adopting a growth mindset around your company culture you can ensure that no matter the change that occurs, people or the society around us, your organisation can adapt and thrive.
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Liberty Mind Aug 5
Companies may admit they need to do more to help employees with their mental health, but how many of them are taking action? There still remains a reactive approach to employee wellbeing.
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Liberty Mind Aug 1
Have you been listening to the Make It Thrive podcast. Catch up on the conversations I've been having on company culture.
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Liberty Mind Jul 31
We were delighted to receive this pic from one of our clients who have been sporting our stickers in their office. They may be fun and quirky, but we like to think they make people a little more 'mindful' in the workplace.
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Liberty Mind Jul 29
Let us guide you through the steps of building the company culture you really want. Download our FREE ebook.
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Liberty Mind Jul 26
There are many types of flexible working. Discover the 6 most popular models and learn how to test them in your company culture.
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Liberty Mind Jul 24
There's an old African proverb that we say a lot around here, but it rings true. "If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together." Our organisations should be places where as humans we can thrive and move towards innovation and complete creativity.
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Liberty Mind Jul 22
On the Make it Thrive Podcast we make it our mission to open up the conversation on company culture. It’s not just about leaders building innovative cultures, but the people that culture will impact. Have a listen.
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Liberty Mind Jul 19
These five ideas are here to reinvigorate your company culture.
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Liberty Mind Jul 17
We stronger believers in finding mental health partners who can support people at work. Many people simply aren't comfortable talking to managers or their co-workers.
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Liberty Mind Jul 15
Confused about what company culture is? We make it clear in our latest feature.
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Liberty Mind Jul 12
Only last month we witnessed an employee being praised for working 7 days straight. When we will learn the long hour's culture is killing us?
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Liberty Mind Jul 11
Will this be enough for businesses to start taking mental health seriously? Too many pay lip service to the issue without real action. Here's hoping it's a step towards better support for employees.
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Liberty Mind Jul 10
A thought-provoking message from Matt Haig in his book Notes on a Nervous Planet. If you haven't yet absorbed it, we'd highly recommend.
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