Category: workplace culture
Frustrated by someone on your team? Why they might be the one who can help you the most.
As social beings, we tend to surround ourselves with people like us when it is those who are different that help us challenge our perspectives and assumptions.
5 reasons your team isn’t working and what to do about it
Building and maintaining a successful team isn’t easy and there are some common reasons why they often fail.
Neurodiversity and the Evolving Workplace
There is, alarmingly, a huge amount of bias still faced by neurodiverse people across our workspaces. In this article we explore some of the challenges faced by people in employment or leadership positions.
Back to (Leadership) School
Back to school season is now upon us! As we look back on our remarkably hot summer and gasp “where did the time go?” many parents will be frantically scrambling together the ever-growing list of kit needed to prepare their offspring for the new school year ahead.
How to deal with imposter syndrome
Years ago I wasn’t given a promotion I really wanted that I felt I had been working hard towards. I was disappointed and wanted to know why. When I sat down with my manager she told me I needed to improve my facilitation and presentation skills.
March 2022 – What Leadership Means
This month, we asked Liz Oliver, Safer Homes Director at the Hyde Group & Chair of WISH East, and Lucy Malarkey, Director at Positive About Inclusion & Managing Director of WISH, what leadership means to them.
How To Find The Job You Love
If you take the average of the many studies that have been conducted into employee engagement somewhere in the region of 80% of people are disengaged in their job.
January 2022 – Self Development
This month, Beverley Spencer, Joff Musson Sheila Starr and Deborah Denyer MAC explain why they feel self-development is so important, and what steps they’ll be taking throughout 2022 to support their own self-development.