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Keeping connected in a hybrid workforce

The past 12 months have reshaped everything we thought we knew about connection. New rules of connection emerged that we needed to learn and old rules of connection we thought were unshakeable got...

COVID-19 can break the HR director’s glass ceiling

We are living in unprecedented times but where there is chaos and uncertainty there is also opportunity. Alongside transforming working constructs, HR leaders must grasp the chance to change how they...

How to find great trainers and screen out the charlatans

In World War II, the U.S. Air Force took their very best pilots from the front lines and sent them home to train new pilots. Over time this strategy dramatically improved the quality and effectiveness...

All change is a form of grief

This may come as a surprise, but what we are all feeling during this current pandemic is grief.

Using redundancy as a way to support startup founders

Making mass redundancies is one task that many HR leaders hope they never have to face, let alone during the greatest economic shock in living memory.

HR could benefit from approaching remote working by personality

Working from home under lockdown is challenging for HR and employees. Yet, much of the rhetoric surrounding how to cope with and cater to a more remote workforce is only suitable for certain...

What leadership means in testing times

The greatest challenge is uncertainty about how Covid-19 will develop and its impact.

HR may not have all the answers to the Coronavirus outbreak but being there is enough

What a month. It’s difficult to put into words the collective anxiety and unease we are all feeling at the moment.

Don’t get left behind: L&D in the digital age

Transformation in learning and development is seriously lagging behind and failing to keep up with user demand

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Implementing a ‘learn-it-all’ culture

All working cultures have their benefits and drawbacks, but one of the most recent to emerge is the ‘learn-it-all’ culture

Three ways to alleviate stress and boost morale during a reorganisation

HR should offer clear direction, and access to the right people and technology to alleviate stress and boost morale

Managing employees with career regret

In exploring the psychological processes associated with career regret, research suggests HR professionals can help turn career regret into something more constructive