Information useful for all staff including learning and development; health, safety and wellbeing and related governance issues.     

Staff Survey 2015

The Staff Survey 2015 is here!

Every member of staff makes a valuable contribution to LSE as a world-leading research and teaching institution. This is your opportunity to continue to develop the School for the benefit of staff, students and everyone we interact with now and in the future.

All staff should have received an email with a link to the survey from Aon Hewitt, the consultancy running the survey. If you haven’t received a link, please contact Aon Hewitt. For more information about the survey please visit the Staff Survey webpage.

The survey will be open until Friday 11 December. All responses will be completely anonymous.

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Staff Counselling Workshops

Overcoming Procrastination
Friday 4 December from 1-2pm in room NAB 1.04
This workshop will look at the common difficulties with procrastination, and will cover a wide range of practical approaches to help you manage better the pressures upon you within the workplace.

Mindfulness and Stress Management
Tuesday 8 December from 1-2pm in room NAB 2.13
This workshop will look at the use of mindfulness as an excellent way of managing stress. Mindfulness is an approach which can help reduce the amount of time you spend worrying about things. Learning to be mindful can help you to put things in perspective and achieve focus.

For more information on the Staff Counselling Service, click here, email or ring 020 7955 6953.


Academic Development Programme 2015-16

LSE’s Teaching and Learning Centre has launched a series of workshops for academic staff keen to strengthen the impact of their teaching and research.

The programme is expanded this year to include workshops on supervising dissertations, designing effective assessment strategies and building 'teaching contribution' records, among many others.

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The LSE Language Centre

Language Courses (extra curricular)

Why not start a new language or improve on your existing language skills this year? The Language Centre currently offers Arabic, Catalan, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish as part of their Certificate Course programme.

Tandem Learning

Would you like to practise the language you're learning by meeting regularly with a native speaker? The Tandem Learning Programme is a great way to supplement your language learning. It is free of charge and you can benefit whatever your language level.

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LSE Nursery spaces available 

LSE Nursery has spaces available for all age groups, if you like to apply for a space please submit an online application form here.

We also offer viewings any week day by appointment please email us