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The latest news and articles from The Social Kinetic team.



Claire Cater, 12 February, 2018

UK to benefit from global learning and improved tech networks Engagement specialists The Social Kinetic have today announced a partnership in the UK with The Health Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), designed to transform access to information technology and digital learning within the UK health sector. The new partnership will embrace The Social Kinetic’s […]

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Engaging the angry crowd and finding the answers – Claire Cater’s 5 Human Lessons for leaders facing adversity

Claire Cater, 1 August, 2017

If I’ve learnt one thing, it’s that the tougher the problem, the more reason to engage. Sadly, the very thought can strike fear in the heart of those who have faced angry stakeholders. It can make you want to don your trainers and run for the hills. All too often, the experience is one of […]

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With the benefit of hindsight: 5 things I wish I’d known

Claire Cater, 26 May, 2016

By Claire Cater These are five of many things I wish I’d known when I started my career. They still apply your whole life and I think we keep relearning them.   1) There is no such thing as a stupid question I often sat there wondering what someone was talking about, that it didn’t […]

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It’s people that shape growth and change

Claire Cater, 28 April, 2016

As we recently welcomed Jeremy and Anna to the SK team, I started to reflect on how the company has grown over the last five years and where we will go to next. During the interview process, we were asked about where we thought our growth would take us and the answer is that we […]

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FEAR – What’s yours?

Claire Cater, 19 April, 2016

Do you quiver or act? 4 steps to using fear wisely.  Fear comes in many forms. It can be linked to something that threatens or frightens us. It can come from something that makes us feel vulnerable or insecure – whether it’s the dark, heights, going to the hospital or entering the Board room. It […]

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