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"...
As we look back over the last year, we have been delighted to contribute to a variety of articles, programmes and webinars on inappropriate behaviour at work...
We are delighted to be quoted in the latest issue of the ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) magazine.
Read what Stella Chandler has to say about what firms can do to address sexual harassment as part of their good practice management……
…. According to Ms Elphinstone who is head of Francis Holland Girls School, in West London. But should we really?
Was the policeman at the Notting Hill carnival right to arrest the woman who slapped his backside? See what Focal Point had to say on BBC Radio,….
His view is that this is just the way he is and shouldn’t really matter, but we wonder what might be going on underneath the “entertainer” persona.
"We can have the fanciest mission statements, but if you don't live them, they're like tiolet paper, mate"
Why does it seem so hard to get employee or team behaviour to match the values?