Today, consumers and business buyers alike expect convenient, relevant, and responsive engagement across every interaction. In the age of the connected customer, marketers — with their deep understanding of customer needs and behavior — are well positioned to take a lead on these broader customer experience initiatives.Read more…..
Latest research has revealed that up to eight hours of paid work a week significantly boosts mental health and life satisfaction with little evidence that more hours provides further increases.Read more…..
A new artists’ film, which Andrew Snowden, Associate Director of External Relations introduced as “stimulating and thought-provoking”, is now being shown at Salford Museum & Art Gallery.Read more…..
A State-of-the art energy and buildings research facility will be built at the University of Salford as work begins on the delivery of the Energy House 2.0 scheme….Read more…..
David is a 10-year-old deaf boy mainstreamed in a classroom with hearing peers. His deafness was discovered when he was 3 years old, and he received a cochlear implant at age 5. His reading and writing skills are at a first grade level. Language gaps and delays in his spoken language are obvious. He has never been exposed to sign language….Read more…..
Our Festival of Research is now in its last week. Don’t miss your final chance to attend some fantastic events across campus…Read more…..
The University of Salford’s Festival of Research is well underway, let’s take a look at what’s happening this week…Read more…..
University of Salford recognised for outstanding collaboration in new national report.Read more
Written by Bob Mears – CEO BMPR Offsite Consultancy
2nd May saw a Modular Buildings Conference held by the Salford Professional Development team at the University of Salford where I had been asked to speak on behalf of the Modular & Portable Building Association (MPBA).
Reflecting on the day and thinking about how the Offsite Industry has progressed over the past 10 years gave me pause for thought.Read more…..
Our words carry enormous weight, more than we are actually aware.
The things that we say to people often stick with them for years, either in ways that teach them to push on and become a stronger person or another reason why they should give up. You have the responsibility to make your words to others count.
Helping people especially children understand how powerful their words are, is imperative in raising awareness of how words can impact others. Understanding that mental pain has the same effect as physical pain, will help your pupils understand what power their words carry.Read more…..