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Conduct Coaching

Conduct Coaching work with leaders and their teams, HR and L&D professionals and managers; and individual employees to  help businesses of all sizes to shape their values and culture, and prevent workplace bullying. Website https://www.conductcoaching.com/training

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MP and Staffers’ guide to Mental Health

The MP and Staffers’ Guide to Mental Health has been updated and is full of useful information on how to support and signpost constituents with mental health needs.  We highly recommend that you read this guide. Here’s what’s in it: Quick-reference guide An overview of mental health How much help should you give? How to […]

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Wikipedia/Wikidata for new and returning MPs

As soon as the first election results were announced on 12 December, Wikipedians – the volunteers who write and edit Wikipedia – sprang into action, updating Wikipedia’s articles about the election itself, about every individual constituency, and about every single MP. The volunteers also added data, including for example MPs’ websites, Twitter names and Facebook profiles, to […]

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Dissolution Guidance – updated 2019

Updated 8 November 2019. With the prospect of a General Election in sight, the House Authorities have published Dissolution Guidance for Members not standing at the General Election Members standing at the General Election Members’ staff Please also see the Summary of changes to dissolution guidance for 2019 which gives updates on support services, Data Protection […]

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MPs’ Guide to the NHS 2019

The NHS in England is made up of, and supported by, a number of different kinds of organisations at local and national level.  They have produced a very useful guide to who does what and how NHS services are funded, delivered and regulated for your constituents. If you are an MP or a member of […]

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Register of Interests

We have updated our guide to when you need to register an interest. Holders of photo-identity passes as Members’ secretaries or research assistants are required to complete a Registration Form on which they are asked to list certain financial interests they may have. The updated information is on the  Register of Interests page.

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New guide covering video recordings

As a follow up to our popular guide to audio recording, we’ve now published a guide to making video recordings of meetings, events and lectures. The guide is intended for those working with a low or no budget and should make it easier to capture those all-important clips for your many social media channels – […]

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Video Recording Meetings, Events and Lectures

This is a follow on to our previous guide exploring ways in which audio recording may help with parliamentary work, and explaining how to do it on a modest budget. I don’t consider myself a video professional, but I’ve made a several budget educational videos, and recorded meetings and conferences. I participated in two working […]

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Workplace Adjustments

Do you work for a Member and require a workplace adjustment? If so, Workplace Adjustments Case Manager Emma Fyles can help. You can request a workplace adjustment if you have a disability or suffer from a difficulty or disadvantage in your workplace. Common adjustments include: assistive technology – such as software or hardware (for example, […]

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Audio Recording Meetings, Events, and Lectures

In ‘Virtual Light’, William Gibson’s novel of the near future, social science researcher Yamazaki carries a small notebook device. When he talks to Skinner-san, one of the squatters who turned the earthquake-wrecked Oakland Bridge into a home, he flips on the notebook’s Record function. Not only does it cope passably well with Skinner’s idiomatic and […]