These may be of interest…
10 things to remember at your work Christmas party
Whether you are the life and soul of the party or prefer to sit back and let others take the lead, a work Christmas party is a chance to switch off from the busy year you’ve had and socialise with your colleagues. Here are our tops tips for getting through the party.
Helping the dust to settle: ten top tips for tackling survivor syndrome
“Survivor syndrome” describes what happens with those who remain in the organisation after major redundancy programmes. Research shows that the personal and emotional consequences for them can be considerable. This can include feelings of grief and loss for the colleagues who are departing; guilt at having survived; and fear for the future, including anticipation of increased workloads and more lay-offs later.
Leadership Stories Podcast 1 – Danny Milton
In the first of our Leadership stories series, Liz Beck talks with Danny Milton, Director of Rugby at Cardiff Metropolitan University, Senior Lecturer in Sport Coaching and Physical Education and former Wales National under 18’s Coach.
How do you get your team to believe in your vision?
Liz Beck and Patrick Ballin on how you get your teams on board and connecting with the company vision
Why should I care about ‘Vision’?
Why should a company vision mean something to its employees? How does it affect them and the way they work? Liz Beck and Charlotte Allfrey discuss…
Fitting in the frame – competent, authentic or both?
“The most powerful impact comes when we can integrate authenticity – the power of being ourself – with capability – learning from the best.”
Insights Discovery Workshop Jan 2019
We really enjoyed hosting our full day Insights Discovery Workshop at the Sofitel, Gatwick
Bullying in the Workplace
Despite growing awareness, bullying in the workplace continues to be a problem for at least a third of UK employees. American business magazine Forbes even rates it as a much higher statistic at 75% of US employees having encountered workplace bullying. It can come from a manager or colleague and usually constitutes clear and deliberate […]
Checking the ‘Right to Work’
Recruiting new team members is both time consuming and costly, but imagine going through the process of placing an advert, shortlisting, interviewing, selecting and referencing someone, only to find out on their first day at work that they haven’t either got the right to work in the UK, or they are limited to certain hours […]
Can makeup be part of an employee dress code?
Although many women choose to wear makeup, a large percentage do not. How does that fit in with dress codes and can an employer insist that female employees wear makeup to work or would that amount to discrimination? As we know, ‘discrimination’ is to treat a person less favourably because they possess a particular characteristic. […]