Episode 63: 11th April 2019

Workplace innovation, Amy Cuddy’s latest book and dragon slayer, Levi Roots, complete the line up for this week.

The average person will spend 90,000 hours at work in their lifetime so it’s hardly surprising that the working environment has the ability to impact on our health, wellbeing and overall happiness. This week we take a look at some of the creative ways to enhance the workplace and to provide inclusive facilities and opportunities. All of which have the power to impact on the bottom line.

The HSE have produced an interesting guide to ergonomics in the workplace and you might be surprised to learn that it needn’t cost the earth.

Our book for review this week is written by the fabulous TED Talker, body language specialist and social psychologist Amy Cuddy whose knowledge about how we can develop confidence and self belief is explained in her latest publication Presence – Bringing Your Boldest Self to Your Biggest Challenges. One for the book case either in full or by buying the condensed.

Our business person of interest this week is the original one-off Levi Roots who not only gained investment from members of the Dragon’s Den but has turned a tidy profit from his business interests. Self publicist extraordinaire and protector of his grandmother’s original recipe his story is interesting and at times alarming.

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