Business strategy and context

Effective communication : Think it Through!

Effective communication : Think it Through!

4th December, 2016

Good communication skills are key to success in life, work, and relationships. In this month's blog we explore how taking time to think your position through before communicating could benefit.

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Understanding Corporate Social Responsibility

Understanding Corporate Social Responsibility

3rd November, 2016

Over the last week I’ve been reading about HR’s role in ethics and accountability in organisations and the theme of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) came up. It seems to be a bit of a buzz word at the moment so I thought I would explore it a little more and share what I learnt in my blog.

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Theft, Fraud and Dishonesty in the Workplace

Theft, Fraud and Dishonesty in the Workplace

7th July, 2016

Following up on our recent Lunch and Learn session on Theft, Fraud and Dishonest Employees, I thought it would be interesting to pull out some of the key points and considerations our guest speaker, David Kearns of Expert Investigations, spoke about. 

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Top Ten Tips for... Employer Branding

Top Ten Tips for... Employer Branding

26th October, 2015

Does your company have an 'elevator pitch'? How about high turnover of staff? This month's Top Ten Tips looks at which branding elements you need to employ to create the perfect Employer Branding.

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A White Lie a Day …

A White Lie a Day …

5th December, 2013

In an ideal world workplace ethics guide employees and organisations and provide a reference point for identifying if an individual has acted unethically.

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A new side to Entrepreneurialism

A new side to Entrepreneurialism

6th March, 2013

I read an article today that reported on a survey published by the job website Monster.com and consultancy firm Millennial Branding – I was really surprised to find that the survey claims Generation Y employees – generally workers aged 18 to 29 – feel they are more risk averse and less entrepreneurial than older workers. I find this so surprising because they are the first generation to be born and brought up without ‘life before the computer.’ They come into the world ‘tweeting’ their arrival and find themselves in the midst of a massive communications boom that lends itself to risk and entrepreneurialism; starting a new business is not nearly as difficult as it used to be.

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