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Competition with a difference
2020-04-07

Step challenges and other team competitions are extremely prevalent these days. In this blog we write about how various companies, in recent times, are embracing these competitions to build positive team philosophies. ... Read More

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Is COVID-19 highlighting importance of Digital Health Risk Management?
2020-03-10

The world has gone into a frenzy with COVID 19, starting from significant pressure on global healthcare systems to stock market crashes. ... Read More

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First Generation of the IT industry up for retirement?
2020-02-17

Gen X’ers were the first to develop the IT sector. Now majority of those are due for retirement. Being the first to embrace technology, can they be the first to forget about it as well when they shut down their laptop’s? ... Read More

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Changing Face of HR
2019-12-18

Traditionally employment was like finish line of a race - where prospective candidates participated and winners became employees ... Read More

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Employee retention: Attract and retain young minds
2019-11-09

Attracting and retaining young talent is very important for companies, but this is easier said than done. ... Read More

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Employee Wellness and Analytics
2019-10-17

Employee Wellness Analytics is a buzzword today. With data analysis being the most explored field in Information Technology ... Read More

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From the desk of Sohini De: Why are companies investing in Employee wellbeing Programmes?
2019-08-28

As part of our continuous customer discovery, we observed a few very interesting points while researching UK companies ... Read More

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Employee wellness and Return of investment (ROI)
2019-08-08

Research conducted by the International Labour Organisation (ILO) in (2005) shows Poor health and safety practices result in death ... Read More

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Growing employee wellness trend
2019-07-31

The employee wellness trend is now exploding all over the world. In the early 2000s, employee wellness programmes ... Read More

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Why do businesses need to promote friendship at work?
2019-07-29

The workplace is where you spend the majority of your time in a day. Sometimes, a person spends more time with their colleagues ... Read More

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Simple steps to an effective employee wellness program
2019-07-04

Employee wellness is sometimes thought of as a nice-to-have rather than a must-have — something you worry about when you already. ... Read More

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Mixed Bean Salad Recipe
2019-07-03

Beans and legumes are the fruits or seeds of a family of plants called Fabaceae. They are commonly eaten around the world and are a rich source of fiber and B vitamins. ... Read More

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How yoga can help you deal with stress and anxiety
2019-06-21

While workplace stress is normal, excessive stress can affect your emotional, physical and mental health. This could lead to reduced productivity, anxiety and depression. ... Read More

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National Workplace Wellbeing Day 2019
2019-04-12

Today marks National Workplace Wellbeing Day with many companies providing onsite presentations, bringing in healthcare professionals or giving free gifts to employees. ... Read More

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My views on Life Coaching by Karen Barody
2019-04-03

I wanted to share my experience with Life Coaching. I had my fourth life coaching session last week and I have to say it is an extremely enjoyable experience. ... Read More

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International Women’s Day Wrap up – 8th March 2019
2019-03-19

From the desk of Sohini De, Founder of Wind of Change, a company where we strive to remove all bias and work towards #balanceforbetter. She summarises our #IWD19 series featuring some outstanding ladies. ... Read More

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International Women’s Day Interview – Ann Carrick
2019-03-18

Ann Carrick is an IT Project Manager with a large organisation who she has been with for 25 years, working in a number of roles. Ann has been in IT for about 20 years. Let’s see what Ann had to say. ... Read More

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International Women’s Day interview – Siobhan McCarthy
2019-03-16

Siobhan McCarthy is a Quality Assurance Specialist in the Pharmaceutical industry. Siobhan works full time in a highly regulated environment. ... Read More

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International Women’s Day Interview- Kamala Rajan
2019-03-15

Kamala Rajan is a retired banker. Kamala retired in 2014 as a Chief General Manager from the Reserve Bank of India. She is a post graduate in Economics and holds a masters degree in Psychotherapy. ... Read More

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International Women’s Day Interview – Sharmila BasuThakur
2019-03-14

Sharmila BasuThakur – M A in Philosophy and Gold Medalist Sharmila is a Professor of Philosophy and taught in a college in Kolkata for 15 years before taking up journalism as a full time profession. ... Read More

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International Women’s Day Interview – Linda Mulholland
2019-03-13

Linda Mulholland (HR Generalist for a Pharmaceutical Company) Linda Mulholland is a HR Generalist working in pharmaceuticals, bsc in social science and politics from UCD, msc in human resource management from DIT. ... Read More

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International Women’s Day Interview- Moira
2019-03-12

Moira is a Productivity Consultant with Transformation, HRD and Programme Management experience gained during 30 years in the Pharmaceutical, IT, Regulatory and Financial Services sectors. ... Read More

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International Women’s Day – 8th March 2019
2019-03-11

Angie Curran (Environmental and Safety consultant to the construction and pharmaceutical industry) She works for herself. ... Read More

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International Women’s Day – Elina Majumdar
2019-03-09

Elina Majumdar (Editor) Elina was born and brought up in an ancestral house full of animals more than humans. Despite being a single child, has never been a lonely person. ... Read More

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3RD JOINT GATHERING FOR DIGITAL HEALTH AND WELLBEING
2019-01-15

After taking part in last weeks 3rd Joint Gathering for EHeath, it quickly became apparent about all the hard work people are doing behind the scenes to try and meet the demands of our Healthcare problems. ... Read More

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DESK SNACKS TO HELP AVOID TEMPTATION
2018-12-17

When it comes to working in an office environment, I know only too well that there is a lot of temptation when it comes to snacking. Someone always brings in cakes and sweets for Birthday’s, Easter ... Read More

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LET IT BE – MINDFULNESS
2018-12-14

As we are all working through our “To Do” lists for the month of December, we can start to feel tension in the air. ... Read More

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DISCONNECT TO RECONNECT
2018-12-12

It is now accepted fact that we spend hours and hours on technology each day. Unplugging by itself probably wont work wonders for your life. ... Read More

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EU ACTION ON ALCOHOL WEEK 19TH – 23RD NOVEMBER
2018-12-07

At Wind of Change, we talk a lot about goal setting from the four elements of health (Nutrition, Fitness, Sleep and Stress) and work closely with Corporate Clients in the Public and Private sector ... Read More

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INTERNATIONAL VOLUNTEERING DAY – 5TH DECEMBER
2018-12-06

Karen Barody, our talented Health Coach and Programme Coordinator writes about her valuable experience of volunteering during her long corporate career and gives insights ... Read More

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FOOD: ARE WE STARTING THE CONVERSATION?
2018-07-26

What does food mean to you? Do you ever think how our comfort food choices develop? Read this week Sohini De’s blog as she discusses our relationship with food. ... Read More

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MENTAL HEALTH AT WORKPLACE: LET’S GO BACK TO BASICS
2018-07-06

Recently we attended an interesting conference known as ‘Keepwell summit’ where amongst many speakers, two of them stood out with their back to basics perspective: ... Read More

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IS INTERMITTENT FASTING THE NEXT BIG WEIGHT LOSS FAD?
2018-07-05

In this week blog, our heath coach Morena Magnanini, explains why Intermittent fasting is one of the simplest strategies that can help you lose fat, gain muscle and live healthy. ... Read More

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SUPPLEMENTS: THE MINEFIELD!
2018-06-29

Our CEO Sohini De is sharing her knowledge on supplements why do we need them, which ones to chose from. ... Read More

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OPTIMAL TRAINING VOLUME FOR YOUR FITNESS GOALS
2018-06-27

The question can only be answered if you know what you want, and if you are in it for the long run. ... Read More

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IBS: THIS GUT CONDITION AFFECTS ONE IN 5 PEOPLE IN IRELAND
2018-06-21

So you’ve got Irritable Bowel Syndrome, and it’s making you anxious and stressed. Guess what? Certainly having IBS is naturally likely to create anxiety, ... Read More

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SPLIT TRAINING
2018-06-20

Following on from last week’s fitness post on the benefits to Full Body Training we will today look at the pros of Split Training. ... Read More

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MEN’S HEALTH WEEK: A CANDID INTERVIEW WITH ROB CULLEN
2018-06-15

This Men’s Health Week, we decided to talk to our well wisher Rob Cullen from Dublin Chamber, to get his take on the subject. In this candid interview, ... Read More


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