The flexibility trap

The flexibility trap

Flexible working is now the norm… isn’t it? Still working our way through a pandemic, home working, remote working, and changes to shifts and...
When carers return to work

When carers return to work

Not everything is pandemic-related. Not everyone at home right now is off work due to COVID-19. Many are parents or carers taking a career break...
Breakable bias

Breakable bias

As far as what goes on in our heads is concerned, we’re all biased, all of the time. It’s impossible not to be: upbringing, family, society...
Communication without words

Communication without words

It’s the art of non-verbal speaking and we are all experts in the sense that we do it naturally and unconsciously, transmitting information...
Understanding employee engagement

Understanding employee engagement

Most businesses are happy to say that their people are their biggest asset, but are you really getting the best from this ‘asset’? Having all bums...
Blowing the whistle

Blowing the whistle

Whistleblowing is one of those divisive concepts. After all, Julian Assange and Edward Snowden are two of the most famous whistleblowers of recent...
It’s virtually an interview…

It’s virtually an interview…

The list of impacts the coronavirus pandemic has had on businesses is long. Somewhere on that list – maybe not as high up as working from home but...