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Why diversity is good for business

For those who have long-championed workplace equality, the moral and human rights based arguments are often what has driven challenges to the status quo.

Article by: | Published: 6 March 2015

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How leaders integrate through learning and development

It’s one thing joining a new company as a junior or mid-level member of staff, but it’s quite another taking on a new position in which the member of staff is expected to lead a team who already know and are comfortable with each other

Article by: | Published: 5 March 2015

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Stress from brand overkill

Recent research that questioned UK employees, almost half loathed their jobs. One-fifth felt work was meaningless, blaming the stresses that come with the position for making them feel disillusioned. A further 25 per cent felt that as a consequence, they were poor employees.

Article by: | Published: 5 March 2015


Promoting and Enabling Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace

Much has been written and achieved by organisations in the pursuit of Diversity and Inclusion (D&I). Leaders of organisations across the commercial, public and third sectors are now quite rightly expected to ensure that they have proactive policies and programmes in place to encourage diversity and inclusion.

Article by: Steven Cox | Published: 3 March 2015

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Eight Ways to Avoid Discrimination in Workplace Training

We all learn differently. You’ll have both heard and experienced that many times throughout your life. Each organisation is made up of diverse groups of people, experiences and personalities; therefore everything should be created to reflect this.

Article by: | Published: 2 March 2015