Therese Procter | 02 Feb 2023
How can people in managerial roles listen, understand and support team members who open up about mental health issues?
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Words have their own energy and meaning and need to be chosen with care. That's why language is such an important barometer of organisational culture.
In the U.S., six states have passed laws requiring employers to publish salary information in an effort to reduce wage gaps. So should more organisations be prioritising salary transparency?
What does culturally intelligent decision-making look like for today's global leader? It's certainly not as simple as "just make a decision."
With the cost-of-living crisis set to continue for the foreseeable future, supporting employees with their financial wellbeing must be a top priority for every employer.
Most of us need a sense of belonging with the people we spend time with. So working with people we like is good for us as well as the organisations that employ us.
Diverse teams have a harder time trusting each other than homogeneous teams do. Here are three evidence-based ways to go about building that trust.
Social chit-chat is a vital part of being human. But how does that fit in with the the new normal of hybrid or home working where our physical contact with others is limited?
The Connected Manager
24 Jan 2023
How do we judge a company or team's culture? What role does working together physically play in creating it? Maybe more important, and harder to answer - how do we know?
13 Dec 2022
Some unwelcome workplace behaviors disappear when we work remotely. But when the way we work changes, so do the ways we manage to annoy and undermine each other.
A conversation with Chris Paton about the new book, Purposeful People, an anthology of 19 different personal stories about what it means to live a purpose-driven life.
Most change initiatives fail to deliver. Here's why.
Improve your personal creativity and help organizations do the same.
Because good service starts with good management.
Have we learned anything new about leadership over the past few decades?
How to put the "we" into a team.