How To Overcome A Quarter Life Crisis

How To Overcome A Quarter Life Crisis

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I always thought that having a life crisis was reserved for those who are much older than me. Affecting the people who have somehow let life pass them by and are unable to cope with the enormity of their shortcomings. And to fix this, they make wild and reckless decisions that seem odd to those around them. Yet, when I started feeling overly anxious, depressed and incredibly insecure about my future at the tender age of 23, I knew that a life crisis wasn’t beyond me.

And this seems to be the case for many young people. Quarter life crises are being felt a lot more compared to the past, causing many of us to evaluate our existence and direction much earlier. In fact, a study carried out by First Direct bank and psychologist Dr Oliver Robinson, found that six in 10 millennials claim to be going through…

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The Middle: Progressing Black, Asian & Minority Ethnic Talent in the Workplace through Collaborative Action

The Middle Research Programme, is so important and necessary. We need more BAME on executive boards and as directors. Representation, visibility and inclusivity are extremely important at the top levels of organisations.

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TheMiddle Report Launch: Bloomberg, 19th September 2017.  The BBBA research team on stage with Rob Friend, Bloomberg, and David Tyler, Sainsbury’s.

By Fatima Tresh

Group Lab member and PhD student Fatima Tresh works for the Black British Business Awards as a research assistant and has played a key part in producing a new report dedicated to supporting talented ethnic minorities in business.

The Research Team

The report was commissioned by co-founders of the Black British Business Awards Sophie Chandauka and Melanie Eusebe to highlight and addresses the barriers that inhibit the recognition and development of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) middle managers’ potential.  The research lead for the report, Dr Doyin Atewologun, is a lecturer in the School of Business and Management at Queen Mary University of London.  Doyin and Fatima share research interests in leadership, diversity and identity and have provided complementary academic perspectives towards the research and research…

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Review: Homegoing – By Yaa Gyasi

Review: Homegoing – By Yaa Gyasi

Hey guys! How you doing? What’s new?

Homegoing, Homegoing, Homegoing – where do I start with this beautiful book? Again, another recommendation by Afreada, so I knew it would be a great read.

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