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February 21, 2020

If change is the only certainty then certainly we’ll all have to deal with change. Change can bring exciting new possibilities and radically improve how an organisation works and what it is able to achieve. Even the best outcome can leave disruption and frustrated peop...

September 26, 2019

84% of jobseekers are looking for an employer that cares about its impact on society according to recent Henley Business School Research.

People are increasingly looking for a values match with their employer and get frustrated when this isn’t the case.  Simon Sinek in...

January 24, 2019

Starting a new job can be daunting.  In fact, according to most lists you’ll read it’s one of the most stressful things people will do in their life.  Will they fit in?  Be successful in their role?  Pass their probation?  Get on with their boss?  It’s a time when we c...

November 16, 2018

This week has been National Trustees’ Week.  I know one or two other things have apparently been going on this week.  But on a long Friday night train journey home, I’ve been reflecting about some of the great trustees I’ve worked with and my different experiences with...

October 20, 2017

Wellbeing in the workplace remains high on the agenda for employers and has been in the spotlight again this month.  The 10th October was World Mental Health Day and follows on from National Suicide Prevention Week that ran throughout September.  I was struck, as I’m s...

September 7, 2017

Going freelance and setting up my own business has been fantastic; and challenging; and really interesting.  So, I thought it was probably a good place to start when thinking about what to write for my first ever blog.

3-months ago I took the leap from full-time employm...

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