The Year of Young People 2018 will celebrate the amazing young personalities, talents, and achievers that make up Scotland. Led by the Scottish Government, the year will also aim to inspire our nation through its young people’s ideas, attitudes and ambitions. Earlier this year, the YOYP 2018 website and logo were both launched. A national search for … Continue reading Do you know any potential young Abassadors for Scotland?
The IPPR Scotland report, Equipping Scotland for the Future, outlines 10 “key challenges” centred around “productivity, progression and pay, and, more generally, economic growth". Journalist, Scott McCulloch, Daily Record is reporting that skills training in Scotland faces a number of challenges in meeting changing needs of the labour market, according to a report from the … Continue reading Report: ‘Challenges’ ahead for skills training in Scotland
A friend recently started a new job and in the first week had been given an informal induction by an assortment of his new colleagues. There was no formal local induction into the role although there was a corporate process which luckily he had managed to catch a few months before as part of a … Continue reading Creating A Culture of Support
The communications market plays a crucial role in the lives of citizens and consumers, and the fast-paced nature of the market means that this role is ever-changing. Media and communications are a key part of our daily lives and we spend more time using them than we do sleeping. Sifting through the OFCOM Communications Market … Continue reading Housework neglected as Scots go online
Why does colour hold such power? It’s quite simple; colour, like music, is capable of evoking instantaneous emotions, reactions and physical responses. It has a profound influence on the choices you make consciously, unconsciously and subconsciously. It impacts your decisions about what you buy, what you eat, what you wear, how you live and who … Continue reading What does your brand colour say about your business?
There are times when, no matter how sure you are of a course of action, it is good to share your thoughts and gain reassurance, confirmation or challenge that what you plan is the best way forward. Often in the workplace there is no safe place to have an open and frank discussion that explores … Continue reading Could you benefit from a thinking partner?
Today the BBC is reporting that internet trolls who create derogatory hashtags or post doctored images to humiliate others could face prosecution in England and Wales. Inciting people to harass others online, known as virtual mobbing, could also result in court action, under new Crown Prosecution Service guidance. The director of public prosecutions said it … Continue reading Internet trolls targeted with new legal guidelines
With so many social media platforms in existence it can be difficult to know where to start, whether you actually need to start or to keep track of all the different social media terms. LIMITLESS Scotland, a business established to offer a fresh approach to developing people, business and markets, will be delivering a Social … Continue reading Know your hashtags from your handle?
Danger! Will Robinson – don’t send that email. Remember the Robot calling out to Will in almost every episode of Lost in Space? Well it might serve us all well to think about that warning call before we send out our own messages into space – internet space. In today’s work environment it has become normal practice … Continue reading Think about that email before hitting send