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In part 2 of this exclusive video series, in partnership with VONQ, Neil Foames (Senior Resourcing Manager) discusses how you can ensure that you h
Innovation is a tricky business. It is tricky because you are NOT going to get it right the first time.
I know what you are thinking as I am thinking it too. Not another Employer Branding article. Hear me out.
In part 1 of this exclusive video series, in partnership with VONQ, Yasar Ahmed (Director & Head of Strategic Recruitment at Wipro) discusses t
Following our 2019 UK Start-Up of the year win – EVA.ai team attended  Unleash America, which was on May 14-15 in Las Vegas.
In part 1 of this exclusive video series, Glenn Jones (currently, People Transformation Programme Director at Tesco) discusses how human resources
In part 1 of this exclusive video series, Neil Foames (Senior Resourcing Manager), in partnership with Vonq, discusses strategic talent acquisition
Here are some insights on the factors contributing to Professional Growth and Development: 1. Tertiary Education Works
In part 2 of this exclusive video series, Kevin Green (Chief Executive, Non-Executive and Strategic Advisor) discusses his book 'Competitive People
I was recently fortunate enough to attend a round table discussion on Innovation in Rewar
Why “resisted practice” is fundamental to successful corporate training.
This video with Glenn Jones (currently, People Transformation Programme Director at Tesco)in partnership with Sage People, looks at the Changing Fa
Appreciation goes a long way in motivating, building relationships, and encouraging positive morale. Here are just a few ways you can show
As the dust starts to settle on the troubling results of Britain’s first race disparity audit published by the UK Government on 10 October 2017, ma
Since the advent of email on our mobile devices work has gradually crept into more of our lives.
Leadership development is very key in today’s business environment.
In part 1 of this exclusive video series, Kevin Green (Chief Executive, Non-Executive and Strategic Advisor) discusses his book 'Competitive People
The graph above, too small to read, shows productivity in the OECD 2007 using GDP per hour worked.  Source OECD StatExtracts.  It shows we in the U
Emerging technologies are changing the way companies recruit.
Despite all of the positive aspects that other people were reporting, it wasn’t easy to make the transition because all of us are used to working f
We conducted a Q&A interview with Martin Kirke, Coach, Non-Exec Director, Consultant on HR, D&I and Change, around leaders, and how they ca
The Leadership Development Programme was created after years of successful interventions in many organisations, and in various sectors around the w
The Business Transformation Network recently hosted an event on "Innovation in Reward" at the Andaz Studio in London. 
Harvey Francis (Group HR Director & Executive VP at Skanska) spoke at our Excellence in Leadership (EiL) conference in October 2018 on "The onl
We conducted a Q&A interview with Maree McKeown, Leadership Specialist, around leaders, their correlation to business strategy and the way in w
Emotional intelligence is the ability to recognize your emotions, understand what they’re telling you, and realize and control how your emotions af
A study conducted by Gallup in 2011 revealed that the cost of employee disengagement was estimated at $350 billion in the US.
We’ve all heard the popular saying, “actions speak louder than words.” And nothing could be more accurate when it comes to increasing employee enga
Dignity is intrinsic to being human, to be valued and respected equally. Categorising individuals or groups as nonequivalent stakeholders, bruises
In the past 3-4 weeks, I met some top management executives and 2 CEOs.
Martin Blackburn (UK People Director at KPMG) spoke at our Excellence in Leadership (EiL) conference in October 2018 on "Enhancing your Employee En
For many bosses, the employee’s transition to negativity comes for no apparent reason.
I learned about the concept of Muri at Toyota. 
The biggest challenge facing HR today is around the number of roles HR plays and the way in which it can easily fall into a 'Jack of all trades'.
Recently, I had the pleasure of delivering a workshop for the ICSA conference in London. 
Social media is littered with beautiful photos of happy people doing wonderful things. The pursuit of happiness has become a catchcry.
Digital innovations and advancements in technology have led to many organisations creating software or processes to filter out bias.
We have never stopped evolving and we must never!
Regardless of how many organisations espouse a core value of integrity (e.g.
The Business Transformation Network recently hosted an event on ‘Taking the ‘Un’ Out of ‘Uncertainty’: How Talent Acquisition Can Thrive in a World