Fiona Lindsay

Leadership Communication Programme Nominated for National Award

In September, Lindsay & Lang will go head-to-head with some of the country’s most prominent organisations at the Institute of Internal Communication (IoIC) National Awards 2021. Shortlisted in the ‘Best Leadership Communication Programme’ category, the nomination recognises our work in developing the leadership conversation to support mental health and wellbeing. By generating greater awareness around …

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Lindsay & Lang to sit on ‘Reflect’ panel at cHeRries conference

We are delighted to be invited to sit on the ‘Reflect’ panel at the inaugural cHeRries virtual conference on Thursday 4th February. We will be joining Professor Susan Klein, emeritus professor of trauma research at Robert Gordon University, Emily McKerchar, client engagement director and head of Edinburgh coaching practice Remarkable, and Deputy chief executive of Voluntary Services Aberdeen VSA, John Booth. …

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Aberdeen’s Champion Awards

Proud sponsors of Sport & Wellbeing Champion Recognising that both mental and physical health is important, especially when times are tough, the winner of this category could be an individual or well-known business. Despite people being confined to their homes, the winning candidate will have continued to provide a service from virtual fitness classes to …

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‘The Importance of Sleep’ to your mental health.

In partnership with the OCA – Offshore Contractors Association and the TigerLive.co.uk ‘There to Support You’ campaign, Louise Jenkins-Lang talks about the relationship between sleep, good mental health, and how this can be improved.  To listen to the audio click here.

‘Talk to someone – Mental Health – Know the signs’

The second part of the TigerLive.co.uk ‘There to support you’ in partnership with the OCA – Offshore Contractors Association campaign is shared below.  Louise Jenkins-Lang talks about mental health and stress. Know the signs so you can get help or support others.  To listen to the audio click here.

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