Monthly Archives: October 2012

Change you Words – change your world!

I was sent this amazing video by a new colleague and friend Zap who thought I would appreciate it. So great was the message that I want to share it with all my networks, including the blog. What a change to … Continue reading

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Unconscious Bias – what do we understand?

We are all noticing, I am sure, an increase in the use of the term ‘unconscious bias’ in our diversity work and I am seeing circumstances of its misuse and misunderstanding. On several occasions recently I have been asked about … Continue reading

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Over-Demanding or Bullying – a short case study

This brief post came about following a phone call I received today. As ever questions posed are to be answered. Alan works for a company with just over two hundred employees. He believes he is being harassed daily by his … Continue reading

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Women on the Board – as proposed by Richard Branson

Having recently been involved in many discussions about women in senior management positions and on the boards of companies, I intended writing an article on the subject. However, when I was sent the article below via my Twitter feed, I … Continue reading

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