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Does marching work?

It is interesting to see the power of the people, or the lack of it, when 700,000 remainers marched in the hope that Brexit gets a second vote. The question is ‘does that sort of demonstration work?’ The answer is yes…and no. It is easier to explain the no side first.

Article by: Brian Williamson | Published: 9 November 2018

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Whispers in the corridors of Whitehall

Study finds office politics at its most rife in the civil service (and lowest in the legal sector). From Robert Stewart, consulted leading psychologist at uCheck.

Article by: Robert Stewart | Published: 4 July 2017

Macron – a French renaissance?

After recent populist and nationalist victories around the world, most notably in the United States, all eyes were on France for the Presidential election that concluded this month. But what does the result teach us about our current world, and what lessons might there be for our own organisations? Article by Stephen Founder - Frost Included.

Article by: Stephen Frost | Published: 17 May 2017

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Brenda from Bristol called it…

"You're joking, not another one?" This is the now-famous reaction of Brenda from Bristol, when a BBC reporter asked for her opinion on Theresa May’s decision to call a general election in June, almost three years before the country was due to vote for a new government. By Jo Sellick, Managing Director, Sellick Partnership.

Article by: Jo Sellick | Published: 16 May 2017

Corporate governance remains in the spotlight

The Government's decision to launch a consultation on corporate governance is a sign of its continued commitment to review the way UK businesses are run. By Stephen Pierce, partner and Head of the national corporate team at Bond Dickinson LLP.

Article by: Stephen Pierce | Published: 20 December 2016