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International Stress Awareness Week 2018

This year, we are recognising International Stress Awareness Week (5 – 9 November) with a number of resources designed to help you and your employees’ wellbeing. The theme for the week is ‘Does Hi-Tech cause Hi-Stress?’. This is a subject that CiC has looked at closely, in order to inform our learningRead More

Equality and Diversity, and Implicit Bias

CiC are big on Equality and Diversity. Recently, we have facilitated some training to Oracle Corporation on E & D in the workplace, are actively collaborating with police procurement teams regarding E & D and are now delivering training on Implicit Bias as well as having our own internal discussion onRead More


CiC has recently teamed up with Perkbox to provide in the moment support to their half a million members! We are delighted to be making our employee assistance and wellbeing services accessible via Perkbox’s popular employee benefits platform. Did you know, that 61% of the UK’s workforce is disengaged? PerkboxRead More

EAPA Mock Workplace Mediation Event

EAPA Mock Workplace Mediation Event Thursday 11th October 2018 2:00 – 4:00 pm Hosted by: Garden Court Chambers 57‐60 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London WC2A 3LJ Workplace Mediation is one of the newer forms of mediation and has become increasingly popular in the UK. The types of issues covered are variedRead More

Hostile Environment Training

During 2018 CiC has continued to develop its Global Trauma Support programme, and has provided training workshops to support Duty of Care initiatives with various organisations including media agencies exposed to stressful and traumatic situations across the globe. We have delivered training modules in conflict zones and high stress regionsRead More

Kate Nowlan Leads Calls to Provide Support for Jurors

Kate Nowlan, CiC’s CEO, was recently featured in the national news as an expert on trauma consulted for a story on the potential traumatic stress experienced by individuals on a jury. The story focused on the seven-week trial concerning the murder of Becky Watts that took place in September 2015Read More

World Suicide Prevention Day 2017

Every year, more than 800,000 people die by suicide and up to 25 times as many make a suicide attempt. This Sunday the 10th of September is World Suicide Prevention Day; you can find all the details on their website here. At CiC we are aware that this difficult subjectRead More

The High Cost of Unhappy Employees

Undoubtedly, it makes good business sense to keep staff happy at work and create a positive working culture where people can do their best work. As well as the obvious costs such as recruitment efforts to replace employees who leave, there are many indirect ways that having unhappy workers canRead More

Emotional resilience boosts positive management techniques

Delegates were treated to a dynamic, action-packed seminar as the CiC team introduced them to ‘Positive and effective management for challenging times’ on Tuesday 22 September 2015. Through a series of role-play workshops delivered in partnership with Emma Gersch Training, managers were given an insight into how to manage keyRead More

Effective management for challenging times

Times are tough for many managers as we attempt to navigate today’s challenging and competitive business environment. To successfully make our way through these challenging times, it’s important to have a toolkit of positive and effective management techniques and at CiC’s latest breakfast seminar, clients will have the opportunity toRead More

The impact of trauma and critical incidents on volunteers

Kate Nowlan, CiC Chief Executive, is pleased to be included in a new publication that reviews the impact of trauma and critical incidents on the professionals and volunteers who are involved in helping victims. Je suis victime, l’incroyable exploitation du trauma is published by Philipe Duval – click here forRead More