Lunchtime talks from a variety of speakers could get creative juices flowing
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How to set up lunchtime talks at work

Inviting outside speakers to address colleagues can aid a career

Actor Vincent Franklin

Staff with two careers benefit employers

Employees have second jobs at communications agency Quietroom

Distinctive ways to use Twitter at work

How the experts get the best out of the network

Sixtysomethings figure out new jobs

Focus on networking, retraining and finding new angles

Email off: a bid to demythologise work

New book argues for a three day working week and a maximum wage

The Waiting Room, a makerspace housed in a former bus depot in Colchester, Essex
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Sharing makes space and tools affordable

Open workshops help ‘maker movement’ members earn a living

Coding geek turned manager

Web developers who start businesses have to learn new skills

Non-exec roles help women up the ladder

The value of part-time board positions in your 30s

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Touch wood for greater happiness at work

Office designers are drawing on the soothing effects of nature

Driven to distraction by social media

Online networking can lower productivity and the spirits

Turn the music off to dial up creativity

Naturally creative thinkers struggle to block out distractions

Swapping emails for handwriting

In a bid to move faster, one office introduced school-style boards

Stop waiting for the muse

Creativity tips from tech entrepreneur Kevin Ashton

The rise of the 15-minute meeting

Defying the calendar default can push up productivity

Part-time high flyers pick quality of life

A four-day week has improved productivity for two executives

A creative break from routine

Initiative raises productivity at the UK government website

A morning routine helps creative powers

Refine your decision-making to preserve ‘cognitive resource’

The perils of to-do lists

Writing down chores often becomes an excuse to put them off

Tame your work worries or harness them

We can distract ourselves from fears but they have their place

A productivity approach that fits you

A new book identifies four styles of office behaviour

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