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Time lost through sickness and absence – supporting wellbeing

Time lost through sickness and absence – supporting wellbeing

In 2016  I attended a CIPD day on well-being.  There was a real buzz in the air with different businesses sharing their ideas on...

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For the New Year – Building your work resilience for 2017

For the New Year – Building your work resilience for 2017

Resilience is about your aptitude to bounce back from problems and remain determined in the throes of hardship. Often there are many deviations along...

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Making Leadership Easier Through Effective People Processes

Making Leadership Easier Through Effective People Processes

It’s with great pleasure I introduce a guest blog from a practical and extremely knowledgeable HR Practioner – Nicki Mawby from HR Your Business...

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“Build a bonfire, Build a Bonfire, put the Manager on the top”

Last year I was out with a group of friends for bonfire night. I suddenly realised the guy on the bonfire looked like one...

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Making it work across the different generations

Last week I talked about the different generations and what their needs are and how they can contribute to the workplace. This week I...

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The Five Generations

So what do we know about the different generations now and do we understand how it impacts the workplace? In total there are five...

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Be systematic in your approach!

I recently talked about making decisions through understanding priorities and urgency and then understanding the goals. This week I want to explore taking a...

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Supporting your people when in need!

You can do anything as long as you have the passion, the drive, the focus, and the support. Sabrina Bryan Years ago I recall...

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“Turn that music down!!”

So there you are at home, relaxing and about to go to sleep for the night, knowing you need to be up early the...

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Letting yourself fly

I was not born in a home where there were stereotypes. So that was very useful because it gave me the sense of possibilities,...

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