Among the many challenges that our Covid world has presented to managers, is the ability to balance being an empathetic leader with having a conversation about performance, when needed. We look at some tips to help….
As we start to return to our workplaces, how will we manage the new protocols that will need to be in place? For example, maintaining social distancing, using communal areas in a safe way. And what happens if we feel someone is breaching those protocols? Should a breach ever be a disciplinary matter? Join our free webinar for guidance on all these questions and more….
As we endeavour to find a pathway back to working in offices, our facilitator Cheryl looks at the challenges this may bring and what employers can do to support their people through the transition…..
As we approach Time to Talk day on 6th Feb , we take a look at the impact that jokes and humour can have on mental health, when they cross the line and why we need to help our teams understand where the lines are…..
Why the confusion about new tackling guidelines amongst World Rugby officials is a cautionary tale for business leaders….
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 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?
Can inappropriate behaviour ever be inspiring?
The cynical point of view would question whether we need an awareness day to try and encourage people to be nice to each other.
But when you look at statistics around how we treat each other at work, the reason becomes frighteningly clear.
Managers are pivotal to how employees experience their time at work and creating a culture where people feel able to raise concerns and "speak up"...