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The latest news and articles from The Social Kinetic team.

Life at The Social Kinetic

Oscar Cunnington, 8 January, 2016

  By Victoria Kavanagh Something I’ve learnt about life at SK is that no two days are the same. From interviewing dedicated frontline nurses and doctors, to meeting the NHS’ brightest rising stars, to opera breakfasts and feeding the homeless, you couldn’t find another agency as small that dreams so big. But SK don’t just […]

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When the lights go out – who can you call? A question for everyone

Claire Cater, 3 October, 2015

When you’re faced with one of your greatest fears – who would you call, who would you know that you can call (no matter what time of day or night) and who do you know you could trust to be there for you? If you got a call – who would you get out of a […]

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Social Connectivity – The ‘superpower for leaders’

Claire Cater, 3 July, 2015

The ‘superpower’ for leaders who want to create change that works In a world connected by channels like veins, the biggest failure is not connecting with the receiver. There’s currently a disconnection with society and people, which is fuelled by the distraction of knowledge overload and complexity, and we forget the simple truth of our […]

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Trial separation: Fear, Twitter and falling out of ‘virtual’ love

Claire Cater, 21 April, 2015

I was blissfully in love until my cyber world was invaded, system hacked and I discovered, the ‘pain’ and the dark side of our bright shiny screens. My beloved My beloved cyber world and the comfort of the screen – the first thing I wake up to and, often, the last thing I look at […]

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The truth about dishonesty; how bad could you be?

Claire Cater, 27 March, 2015

How do you create the right environment in which good prevails for the benefit of your organisation, people and society? The first part of this blog asks you to take a few minutes to watch this brilliant RSA animation: The second asks you to consider three questions: Do you think of people as simply good […]

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