Bulletin 5: Useful resources & learning opportunities

Meyler Campbell
17th April 2020

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Bulletin 5: Useful resources & learning opportunities

This bulletin contains a round up of useful resources and learning opportunities.

The next Meyler Campbell Guide in our series focuses on looking after your physical and mental wellbeing during the Covid-19 pandemic.  Download the PDF here


Full Recording of Coaching In Crisis with Alexandra Durnford
For those of you who couldn't attend, we recorded this webinar and the full video can be viewed below.

Full Recording of Anatomy of a Crisis with Richard Fenning
For those of you who couldn't attend, we recorded this webinar and the full video can be viewed below.


Spotify's At Home Playlists
A new feature to Spotify is their 'At Home' page featuring their music playlists for all aspects of home living. Songs to listen to when working, songs to enjoy when dining, songs to motivate you when working out, songs for the kids, and many more!


The rise of the introvert
"An opportunity to turn from toxic drive to reflective innovation".  Featured in the Dialogue Space Review, Dr Nelisha Wickremasinghe shares research driven forward by the current Covid-19 lock-down status. She posits that introverts might find themselves faring better than extroverts as they are more attuned to their own emotional state, and therefore, might find themselves being more resilient during these challenging times.


Worried about Coronavirus?
Every Mind Matters have given us their top ten tips to improve your mental wellbeing if you, like many of us, are worried about Coronavirus.


Strengths Profile free this month
Our friends at Cappfinity have made their Strengths Profile, one of the “Big 3” strengths instruments (and the only one written for the European context) free to individual users for the rest of April – what better time to try it!


Just for the kids

Supporting your child during the Coronavirus pandemic
The charity YoungMinds has created a helpful guide for parents offering tips and advice to look after your children's mental health during the Covid-19 crisis.

Keeping your kids active during lockdown
As the weeks go by, with your kids feeling more and more cooped up, Molly Elwee of The Telegraph has offered some ideas on hoe to keep your kids active during the outbreak.


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