Virtually Healthy (4) 28/04/2020

Virtually Healthy with Corecom Consulting

In April we’re keeping everyone virtually healthy with a series of free articles, resources, videos, and webinars to improve their mental, physical, and professional health.


Wednesday 1st April

We’d like to start the month with a bit of fun, seeing as it’s April Fools’ Day. Here are 6 ideas you can use this morning to fool your family, friends and colleagues!

Thursday 2nd April

Here’s an instructional yoga video led by the amazing Holly-Blue Concannon, we hope you enjoy it.

Friday 3rd April

Using a Day Plan (especially right now when the majority of us are working from home) can be really valuable for helping you to manage your time, improve your productivity, stay motivated and reduce your stress levels. Read our full article and download the free template here.

Monday 6th April

At times like this we discover what really counts. That’s why today we’re encouraging you to join a Facebook group started by friend of Corecom, Annie Gilbert. The group was started to share the good things that are coming out of the Covid-19 lock-down, the small things that you appreciate every day. Please join here and add to the positivity!

Tuesday 7th April

Here’s a productivity technique – the pomodoro technique – to try out to help you get more done in the same amount of time. It should also help with your work/life balance when working from home as it makes switching on and off from work mode easier.

Wednesday 8th April

Here’s a simple and effective workout to keep you active on day 8 of Virtually Healthy with Corecom Consulting. All you need is a deck of cards!

Thursday 9th April

We hosted a webinar with Royd Brayshay and Riccardo Cocetta on Effectively Managing Remote Tech Teams. Here’s the write-up and a link to the guide we created from their insight.

Friday 10th April – Monday 13th April

Here’s our Easter Egg Hunt!

Tuesday 14th April

We focused on video interviews and here’s how to make sure you can set up a robust end-to-end remote interview process.

Wednesday 15th April

Introducing Daniel Butterfields F・R・I・E・N・D・S workout. 30 Seconds on each exercise: “You could, uh, start out with a little 1, a 2, a 1-2-3, a 3, a 5, a 4, a 3-2, 2, a 2-4-6, 2-4-6, 4, 2, 2, 4-7, 5-7, 6-7, 7… 7… 7… 7 7 7 7 7 7… seven.” Here’s the video with the exercises.

Thursday 16th April

How do we make sure we can keep our companies growing by onboarding new starters while working remotely? How can we make sure we are creating a welcoming culture, passing on all the key knowledge a new starter needs and remain productive? Here are our thoughts on the matter.

Friday 17th April

It’s Cooking with Corecom! Sam Hameed treats us to a beautiful Harissa Lamb with a Pomegranate Cous Cous Salad. Here’s the video with the recipe.

Monday 20th April

Working from home burnout is on the rise so let’s take a look at the routines and working practices we’ve set up for ourselves to make sure they’re sustainable and aren’t harming our mental health.

Tuesday 21st April

With quite a few candidates starting new roles over the next few weeks here’s our guide to successfully onboarding yourself from home in the first 30 days of a new job.

Wednesday 22nd April

Running is a great way of keeping fit and healthy but also, at this time, a great way of clearing your head and getting some fresh air. If you haven’t run for ages then why not start today? Here’s a great programme to get you up and about and comfortably running 5km in 9weeks.

Thursday 23rd April

We hosted a webinar focusing on Remotely Onboarding New Starters with Andy Norton from FOOTASYLUM and Mark Swarbrick from Bink.

Click here to see Andy’s presentation and click here to see Mark’s.

Friday 24th April

The return of Cooking with Corecom! This time we were treated to a Vegan Pad Thai by Danny Butterfield. Here’s the video and the recipe.

Monday 27th April

How are your furloughed staff coping during these times? Like many businesses we have had to furlough a portion of our staff over the past month. I thought we’d put the question out to them to share their thoughts on how best to cope with the situation. We hope this helps!

Tuesday 28th April

How does your culture translate now it has had to go virtual? If you had a strong culture built on relationships formed in the office environment how can you make sure the same camaraderie is sustained and even developed with everyone working from home? Here are a few thoughts for areas to focus on when cultivating your virtual culture.

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