What is the biggest decision of your life that you have made on your own? What factors did you consider while making that decision? These are some of the most popular questions that are asked in a job interview. The interviewers analyse your decision-making, critical thinking, and leadership skills by asking such questions.
Life is a bumpy road! You need to devise an effective strategy and take a solid stance to steer through the difficult phases of life. No one is perfect; every person has a balance of strengths and weaknesses. In my opinion, leadership is a skill that everyone needs to master to achieve their full potential in every sphere of life: career, self-development, and relationships.
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Counselling and behavioural training provide tools that are needed to navigate the dynamics of life. Life can cause various challenges that can be heavy to tackle without the support system needed to cope and go through those difficulties. There are several benefits of counselling and behavioural training which leave permanent changes in your life. Let’s take a look at some of these benefits:
We all understand that changing yourself is extremely difficult. Changing your eating habits and starting to exercise is not that easy, and some people spend their whole lives doing it. But despite this, we flatter ourselves with the hope that we can change another person.
We feel the need to talk through every detail and find convincing arguments, so the person we are trying to change will quickly start living by the new rules. For some reason, this perspective looks so real that we do not give up and waste all our energy on it. We think that our love can move mountains, not to mention change someone, but the truth is that between those two, it is much easier to move a mountain.
Generally, anxiety is a normal response to stressful encounters. For example, you might get anxious after changing jobs. Many anxiety cases might reveal that it’s possible to find solace after taking deep breaths or resting for a few minutes. But, some people might have severe anxiety, and the lockdown may make things worse.
Continue reading to know more about this psychological response and how you can find relief from it during the lockdown.
The pandemic brought the world to its knees, and student body across the globe also suffered as massive school closures were reported around the world. Many schools and educations systems across the nation found composure by offering online classes and adapting to distance learning models.
However, this has deeply impacted students, and many are not sure about changes would be introduced in the future to facilitate the general loss and disdain which the education industry is witnessing at present.
According to a recent study by the Economic Policy Institute, during the first wave of the pandemic’s crisis, around 55 million US school children under the age of 18 years were asked to stay at homes.
Around the globe, that figure was around 1.4 billion students who were out of school and child care. Children lost not only their access to a safe learning environment but also demise in group activities, recreational options, and team sports, to name a few.
In light of this information, let’s take a quick look at the challenges which schools and children would face in the present and post-pandemic era.
There’s solid evidence that friendships do make our lives happier. Students who want to make new friends find it hard to approach people. Keep on reading our guide on how to make friends while at university.
Asylum seekers often get a bad rap in the UK, but many of the myths and theories surrounding them aren’t true. To find out why you’ve been assuming wrong, read on…
Access: How far have we come? How far have we to go?
18th November 2020 7pm to 9pm
CONFIRMED SPEAKERS :
Micheline Mason Writer, Poet, Activist
Mik Scarlet, Broadcaster and Journalist
Marsha De Cordova MP, Shadow Minister Equalities
Richard Rieser, Coordinator UKDHM
John McDonnell MP, Patron UKDHM
Louise Regan, NEU National Equality and Membership Officer
Doug Paulley, Campaigner for Access
Tara Flood, Campaigner Local Government and Access
Dr Armineh Soorenian, Author ‘ALLFIE Report on School Access Planning Duty’
Emma Dalmayn, CEO of Autistic Inclusive Meets
William Vanderpuye, Early Years Teacher
Jonathan Bryan (14), Author ‘Eye Can Write’
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