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The Value of a Cultural Audit

The Value of a Cultural Audit

Does your corporate culture need a minor tweaking or, a major overhaul with a cultural audit?   It’s important for organisations to keep an eye on their workplace cultures, particularly those striving for diversity and inclusion Carrying out a cultural audit is...
5 characteristics of disengaged employees

5 characteristics of disengaged employees

Do you know the signs of a disengaged employee? The characteristics of disengaged employees are not always easy to identify and can creep up slowly and insidiously.  We look at some simple ways to boost employee engagement. Research says that 85% of employees are now...
10 characteristics of a Perfectionist Profile

10 characteristics of a Perfectionist Profile

Are you striving for perfection?   A perfectionist is defined as a person who will not accept any standards less than perfection.   Perfectionists strive for flawlessness and is associated with excessively and sometimes unnecessarily high standards. This can include...
20 examples of non-inclusive workplace behaviours

20 examples of non-inclusive workplace behaviours

Time is up for non-inclusive workplace behaviours   Practise inclusive workplace behaviours, and become aware how non-inclusive workplace behaviours can leave people feeling undervalued.    At the heart of an inclusive workplace is respect and trust. It means that we...
How to stop someone taking credit for your ideas

How to stop someone taking credit for your ideas

How do you deal with someone taking credit for your ideas?   One of the most annoying things that can happen is when you find someone taking credit for your work.   It can be a boss or a colleague, but the feeling is the same and it can be bewildering to know quite...

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