Tag Archives: Coursera

Everyday creativity

For anyone working in the so-called creative industries do you ever question whether you are really being creative? It was something I challenged myself with this week. I have just started an online course called ‘Everyday Creativity’ which made me … Continue reading

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Taking time for my vision

I have written a few times about the courses that I have been taking with the help of Coursera. The latest one I am currently working on is about leadership and emotional intelligence and has had me doing a lot … Continue reading

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Working by numbers or getting creative?

I am really enjoying a Coursera course about What Managers Can Learn from the Great Philosophers. Many years ago I did a philosophy degree and it is surprising what comes back to you with a bit of a gentle nudge. … Continue reading

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Does social media bring happiness?

Some people will be aware that I have been taking part in an online course about social psychology run through the brilliant Coursera service. It has been an amazing experience and my first of taking part in a MOOC (massive … Continue reading

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Positive impressions

I am part way through a fascinating course about social psychology which has already given me a lot to think about. (Thanks to Coursera and Professor Scott Plous of Wesleyan University) One of the more interesting aspects has been research … Continue reading

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