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02
Mar

The Behaviour of Lost People; How Psychology of a Person Can Help or Hinder the Searcher

While understanding the physical characteristics and trends of lost people is important to a search coordinator, it is also vital that some understanding of the psychological aspects of their behaviour is utilised during the planning stage.  As per Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, there are some basic physiological requirements of all humans such as food, water,

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01
Mar

The Layman’s Lived Experience of Mental Illness: Damaged Goods or Better Than Ever?

The stigma of mental illness remains unacceptably alive and well at the organisational and individual level. One person and one conversation at a time we can change the perception to understand that mental illness doesn’t discriminate based on sex, race, religion, education or income. Indeed understanding mental health is as important as knowing your company’s

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