There is a huge assumption in organisations that people must surely know what appropriate behaviour means, but of course the trouble with assumptions is that they are often wrong! Our facilitator Catherine Hamilton explores what organisations can be doing to create more clarity….
We have had another busy year working with a huge range of organisations to create more inclusive cultures and tackle behaviour which crosses the line. Here are some of the resources you can access as a result….
With Christmas office parties and client lunches looming, is your organisation guilty of putting pressure on employees to drink?
We are delighted to have been asked to write for The Institute of Leadership and Management magazine for their happiness at work edition.
So why are we not doing very well at being happy?
“Diversity and inclusion is an HR thing”…Surely a myth that’s been well and truly busted – or has it?
Our Facilitator Heather McIntosh looks at what senior leaders are doing … or not doing to drive the creation of inclusive cultures
Our facilitator Catherine Hamilton looks at how “excluding” behaviour could be fuelling the rise of imposter syndrome and what we can do about it….
One of the questions we often get asked in our workshops and coaching is “can’t you give us a list of what we can and can’t say?” Is this the way forward to help bring clarity to the tricky area of what is appropriate workplace behaviour?
The upside to all the headlines about inappropriate workplace behaviour is that organisations are starting to do something about it. But behaviour change needs more than one workshop.....
The profession which should be the guardians of good practice and role modelling when it comes behaviour at work, has just been exposed as having one of the worst track records. Just why has the legal profession been so slow to act?
Banter can knit teams together; shared experience and humour can go a long way to creating a strong sense of team identity and break barriers down between team members.
But it can also create barriers – in a way which erodes confidence and negatively affects motivation and productivity….