For years women have kept their heads down and played by the rules. We’ve been certain that with enough hard work, our natural talents would be recognised and we would be rewarded. We’ve made undeniable progress and yet, as we’ve worked, ever diligent, the men around us continue to get promoted faster, paid more and… Read more
A change in nutrition has a life-changing impact on health, wellbeing and thinking. This seems to be an element that is missing in many leadership programmes
Performance reviews have always been a bugbear for many organisations and a challenge for many managers. In recent years, organisations have disconnected the development conversation from the annual pay and reward rounds and some are even moving away from performance ratings with a view to making the conversation less about ‘the rating number’ and more about development. Whichever way you do it, the challenge is always how well the managers deliver when they conduct a session.
Often when a team member announces she is pregnant, the onus is on her to manage her exit and then, all going well, her return. By breaking this transition down into three key phases, we help mothers and their managers approach this stage from both angles. If you imagine a three legged stool, one is… Read more
Angela was an intelligent, creative dynamo. If something needed to be done, done right and done quickly, Angela was the person to ask (if you could get hold of her as she was always busy). But for all her busy-ness she didn’t seem to be making actual progress. For all her super powered ass-kicking she… Read more