With so much emphasis on academic outcomes and the growing concerns about the mental and physical wellbeing of many students today, how can we give young children and adolescents a rich education that enables them to fulfil their true potential and prepares them well for life as informed, active and dynamic global citizens? For more Going […]
We are delighted to share with you details of a public seminar being led by Richard Barrett on March 16th 2017, in which Richard shares his latest insights.
Do you love values? Values at Heart 2017 Research shows that those individuals who are clear about their own personal values are not only happier and more fulfilled but are also up to 17% more engaged at work than people who do not have that clarity 1 . For the first two weeks of February […]
2016 has proved to be a year full of the unexpected, Charles Fowler of The UK Values Alliance shares his personal views on the current situation in the Global Action Plan’s newsletter, follow this link to read more… http://globalactionplan-mail.org.uk/D8B-4MKT7-FCNHS3XJB6/cr.aspx
This is a really interesting article in Harvard Business Review where research shows evidence that taking time to reflect on your values can have a positive impact on exam results and career success and may be beneficial for women in competitive business settings. Enhancing self esteem and breaking through stereotypes make a difference to levels of […]
On 13th September Jackie Le Fèvre and Annie Lawrenson came to the quarterly UKVA meeting to share a story. The story of a unique study that led to a research report called Valuing Support: culture and practice in a person-centred organisation. The report contained some surprises and some encouraging findings for all those interested in […]