Be Part of Something Special: Do You Want to Cure the Sunday Night Blues?

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Kirstin Furber, is working with Exeter University and Channel 4 – where she is People Director – to understand and help cure Sunday night blues.

The Sunday Night Blues can blight the working lives of individuals and impact the performance of organisations.  Kirstin has made it a key aim to research this, unlocking potential and helping people be human at work. But she needs your help to do so.

The next step is to ask people like you to help.  Kirstin is asking for volunteers to complete a survey.

This will take no longer than about 30 minutes over two weekends. She’d be delighted if you, or members of your network, would sign up here.

As a ‘thank you’ all participants will be invited to a webinar (towards the end of 2022) to make sure you are amongst the first to hear the results and discuss the findings.

 

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