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Emotional Resilience: How to navigate a fast-paced and uncertain world without burning out.

None of us live in a vacuum.  We all live in multiple layers of context, including our race, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, family, relationships, professional experience, and more.  Each of us have arrived at this moment through a set of ...
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What does great HR look like?

HR = Human Resources in most people's understanding, but we've heard a few other interpretations of the acronym HR, not all of them are very fair or particularly kind - how about "Human Remains" or "Hardly Relevant" - that's what ...
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The truth about vulnerability and why we all need to embrace it

The title of this blog is likely to have one of two impacts on you as the reader. Either you will be intrigued and want to know more, having heard of or even directly experienced examples of vulnerability being used ...
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Making Reward sustainable and relevant to the here and now.

‘We’re in a perfect storm’ is how Mary Robertson opened our most recent webinar on ‘How to make Reward sustainable and relevant to the here and now’. She used this phrase to describe how all organisations, employees and their families ...
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6 Tips for Setting up a Women in Leadership Initiative

So, you’ve decided you want to increase the proportion of women in your leadership team - now what? How do you go from an ambition to implementing a plan that makes a material difference? This is moving steadily up the ...
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Is your organisation ‘sick’?

When I start working with a new client I ask them to tell me how they feel the two sides of their business are functioning. Often this is met with a blank stare; I can see that they are thinking ...
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My life with OCD and its impact on my career

Some might think that spending hours, days, weeks and months on end panicking and ruminating about whether I am potentially capable of harming, abusing or killing people, dying from every form of cancer, AIDS and critical illness, and the cause ...
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Coaching & Mentoring Survey – May 2022

I am passionate about the benefits of coaching and mentoring and, in these post-pandemic yet still turbulent times, believe it can be even more impactful by empowering and enabling individuals and teams to overcome challenges and become the best they ...
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The Liminal Period – existing betwixt and between.

Career Development Does Not Always Mean Resigning  As counterintuitive as this may sound coming from a recruiter, whose very currency is in people moving between employers! Strategic career development could see you staying where you are for longer than you ...
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One CEO Is Not Enough.

‘Executive Leadership failure is accelerating at its highest rate in history’ HBR, 2021 Leaders need to make sure their companies can compete in the 21st Century and come up with solutions that can adapt to a future that is increasingly ...
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How to become a neuroinclusive employer

What is neurodiversity? How boring would the world be if we were all the same? The fact is that we are all diverse. Some of us may share certain characteristics, such as same hair colour, height etc., but our brains ...
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Reward Matters

What matters most to your employees in terms of reward through these challenging times?   How can your company build the right reward scheme to motivate and excite your employees?  Big questions for a Tuesday morning! Thankfully, at a recent roundtable, ...
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