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Five ways to humanize the workplace

Five ways to humanize the workplace

Creating a human-friendly workplace is far simpler than ordering Friday pizza or building a chill-out space. In fact, it’s something every single one of us can help with. And the really good news? You can start today. Step one – read this!

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How you can help employees with kids who are starting school and university

How you can help employees with kids who are starting school and university

New shoes? Check. Hanky? Check. September can be tough on employees sending their kids to school or university for the first time. What can employers do to support parents whose kids are making that big step?

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10 Brutal Career Truths No One Wants to Admit

10 Brutal Career Truths No One Wants to Admit

The perfect career is a myth. Genuine careers have high, lows and a few confused moments too. We asked real people for their career truths. Their responses were brutal but honest. How many do you agree with?

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5 Ways to Build a Virtual Team

5 Ways to Build a Virtual Team

Is the virtual team a thing of the future? Who wins? Who loses? And why? From choosing the right technology to building trust, read this article to learn more about building a strong virtual team that benefits your employees and your business.

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Career Development Conversations: The Business Case

Career Development Conversations: The Business Case

In times of turbulence and belt-tightening, it is instinctive to aim to cut costs and make efficiencies. Rightly or wrongly, career development conversations and training budgets tend to take a real hit. But, what if we can show you that our career coaching methodology is, in fact, integral to the strategy for achieving any kind of successful transformation. Click here to read the full business case!

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Environmental Fit and Understanding Success – What do Women Want?

Environmental Fit and Understanding Success – What do Women Want?

Mary Portas says she lost her identity to get to the top of her career. Some women have just found it too exhausting and impossible to sustain. Others have lost intimacy with their children or suffered other relationship breakdowns. So just how do women take up positions of leadership or support when the world is crying out for more of us at the top? What do you do when you can’t carry on being Superwoman? Ask Mary Portas and she thinks the working culture has to change to suit us. Read it all in here!

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