Author Archives: Mark Catchlove

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A call for positive radicalism.

In the light of recent events I believe it is time for us to up our game. I would like to make a call today for positive radicalism. Radical Kindness  – Don’t just be kind, but be extraordinarily kind. Go the … Continue reading

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Leading Light: Lock those doors

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Fundamental Human Needs

Thanks to Mark C Crowley for taking the time to write up this excellent summary of Herman Miller’s thoughts around our fundamental human needs. Herman Miller continues to explore these  in more detail and we have produced 3 papers focusing on … Continue reading

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A guest blog by A C Nia

Who am I – sometimes I’m not too sure I am easily overlooked and constantly undervalued I am sometimes viewed as a burden, but I don’t ask for much My counsel is still valid but it is rarely sought I … Continue reading

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Sky Central – a visit report

Syon Lane. The most unassuming of train stations. A station which can’t take a full length train. This is the place where I disembarked along with what appeared to be every other person on the train. So big is the … Continue reading

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It’s not you …. it’s me

Oh Technology – we became so close. We were inseparable. We just couldn’t let each other go. We needed each other. We fulfilled each other. Then, it all went wrong. I’m sure it’s not you … it’s me. 30 minutes … Continue reading

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For I have seen the future….

For I have seen the future of the workplace – are you prepared? It is about: Being together and being alone Being connected and staying out of reach Working where there is a buzz and working in silence Working with … Continue reading

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