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#helloyellow for YoungMinds interview

#helloyellow for YoungMinds. We would like to thank Neil, Emma and Charlotte Stead for their courage in speaking openly about #youthmentalhealth, and their lived experiences of getting Charlotte the best professional help available, that she believes has saved her life. This is something that every parent should read…Sharing lived experiences of Youth Mental Health, and insights into the help...

Our new website is live….

Oyster Outcomes were the fortunate beneficiaries of a grant through the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP), EU Kickstart and Recovery Grant Scheme, in March, which afforded us the opportunity to modernise our website. The site has been live for some time, but, in collaboration with Kayleigh Brown – Virtual Assistant, and Uprated, we have worked hard...

This month’s spotlight, Ellie Highwood

In this month’s monthly spotlight we are introducing Ellie Highwood who is one of our associates specialising in leadership, career and development coaching. Ellie is the founder of Equasense, providing diversity and inclusion consultancy and training. Read about Ellie’s coaching style, offering and how coaching can help during these ambiguous times, Ellie Highwood interview 

Introducing Claire Deeprose

In our monthly spotlight our Virtual Assistant, Kayleigh Brown interviewed Claire Deeprose who is a coach and HR expert who has a wealth of knowledge.  Claire provides business and personal coaching to individuals, through a variety of session structures and drawing on a range of tools to do this. Tap on the link to read...

Introducing Helen Moreton

In this months spotlight our Virtual Assistant, Kayleigh Brown interviewed Helen Moreton who is one of our associates.  Helen is a highly experienced and qualified Master Coach and NLP Practitioner. She has been a coach for over 12 years and has coached at all levels from Junior Manager to CEO, across Corporates, Not for Profits...

31 walk-and-talks for @Mind

Many people dread January. It’s a dark, cold month, with the excitement of seasonal celebrations behind us, the month can feel like a sharp jolt back to reality. And this year, we face a reality with more uncertainty, as the CV-19 pandemic continues, and the UK ‘Brexit-s’ Europe. With many people across the world living...