We all know that sleep is essential for cognitive function, but when it comes to our work lives, it often takes a back seat. Jenny Murray explores the importance of making sleep a priority for your employees.
Whether you believe there are innumerable new ideas to be had or that we are all re-imagining the same things our ancestors puzzled over, learning about inspiring men and women from history can give a certain spark to your work.
We decided to take a look at some great creative thinkers from history to see if there were parallels between our core service areas to the way they went about things. We invite you to take a look here.
Silent until the age of 3 and only a mediocre student at school, this young man would become a universal symbol of genius, despite his humble beginnings. Einstein prized his ability to think creatively and imaginatively, and had a lot to say about how to be creative.