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Stress Awareness Month at 4Com

As April is stress awareness month, we’ll be sharing a number pieces on workplace stress and offering suggestions on how to limit and manage your stress. We’ll be hearing from experts across 4Com, who will be sharing their experiences on a range of topics from advice on how to keep calm in interviews through to combining learning with your work.

Here’s a closer look at some of our contributors this month:

James Newton, Talent Acquisition Director

James joined 4Com in late 2015 with a wealth of experience in recruitment, having previously held senior roles both in an agency and client-side.

Having joined 4Com, he quickly grew a team that is responsible for adding talented people across the group.

James will be using his experience to provide advice on keeping calm in interviews and on taking the stress out of recruiting the perfect candidate.

James Newton

Deborah Naylor, Group Training and Development Director

Deborah joined 4Com at the start of 2017 having previously been successfully running her own Training and Development Consultancy. Deborah has a wide range of experience, having been a mental health advocate and delivered stress management programmes to several thousand people. In addition, she has taught clinical risk assessment within the NHS and worked with The Samaritans for 17 years.

Using all this experience, Deborah will be looking at the impacts of stress on learning and development and will be sharing her thoughts on how to lower the stresses associated with learning new skills at work.

Deborah Naylor - 4Com

Steve Mills, Director of Marketing, Culture and Ethics

Steve re-joined 4Com in 2015 and has recently been appointed as Director of Marketing, Culture and Ethics.

He’ll be commenting upon the role that his three areas play in managing and reducing work place stress and will provide 4Com based examples of how we try to help our team do likewise in their day-to-day roles.

Steve Mills - 4Com

We hope you find our contributions to Stress Awareness Month useful, if there’s a topic you’d like to see us cover, do please let us know by contacting us.

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