HR Leaders - Moving from annual appraisals to continuous discussions is simpler than you think by Barry Flack
I want to consign the annual appraisal to the history books or the corporate torture museum set up in memory of unproductive, inhumane HR practices
In part 2 of this exclusive video, Stephen Sidebottom discusses the difference between being data-driven and data-led organisation and the importan
In this talk, Nicolas Petitjean will share the questions that keep him awake at night with the audience: What is experience design?
HR leaders - Why decluttering your performance management is the best decision you can currently make by Barry Flack
One of my enduring nightmarish memories of corporate life in the late 20th century and early noughties was centred on the slavish adherence to the
In part 1 of this exclusive video, Stephen Sidebottom discusses the importance of understanding how to interpret and use data to make relevant chan
More than two thirds of the people around the world work away from the office at least once every week, and while that statistic i
Sadly this article is not about the Transformers. Sorry. It is about something not as exciting but maybe just as important.
This is not just a fad. It has to be the presenting question for all employees and all organisations. What role do organisations play in changing
In this exclusive video, Suzie Lewis discusses how to build a digital culture and the importance of understanding data, data sets and how these cor
I had a meeting recently about coaching, the individual had recently been appointed to a leadership position in a large organisation, but were stru
Everyone wants to be appreciated and respected, but what many organizations fail to realize is that this goes far beyond just the financial implica
With LinkedIn purchasing employee engagement platform Glint, no doubt 2019 will be crammed with people telling us how they’ve smashed Employee Enga
All businesses are a sum of their employees and HR, yet numerous organisations struggle to understand their staff, their needs and retention rates.
In under 12 months from now, it’s 2020, when all those surveys and white papers that we have read will supposedly come to fruition…yet it’s all fee
Over the last year or so we have been working with a group of actors (the same ones you see at places like Hampton Court and the Tower of London).
Change managers are experts at knowing 'what' needs to change. The 'how' comes later by Karen Walker
The most important skill of an expert in managing change, is knowing how to identify what needs to change, for industries and organisations.