People Management

How to break the blame cycle

Blame seems to be everywhere. We see it in our politics, our newspapers, our social media feeds. Whether it’s pointing the finger at an MP over lockdown party accusations, or corporate leaders in hot water for financial irregularities, blame is difficult to escape. In the corporate world, blame can be pervasive. If leaders inadvertently model […]

Category: People Management | Thursday 9 June 2022 | Author: Alex Efthymiades
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How to improve post-pandemic union and employer relations

With increasing numbers of staff returning to their workplaces, and others adjusting to hybrid working arrangements, new and existing conflict issues are rising to the surface. With the pressure on organisations to adapt, recover and grow in a post-pandemic world, it’s critical for UK unions and employers to work closely together to resolve employee disputes […]

Category: People Management | Tuesday 9 November 2021 | Author: Anna Shields
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Why conflict is ruining your workplace – and how to fix it

When staff fall out, everyone in your business suffers. Here’s how HR can begin the fightback On paper, they don’t seem like much. A colleague is excluded from work conversations and not invited to a meeting when a new project is introduced. Another is cut off in the middle of answering a question or pulled […]

Category: People Management | Friday 24 January 2020 | Author: Anna Shields
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There’s more than one way to solve a dispute

By Jane Simms Resolving workplace differences is a fine art – and many businesses have been getting it dramatically wrong Put down the franking machine and step away from your annoying colleague: the first rule of resolving conflict at work is to stop thinking of it as a problem. We see confrontation and disagreement as […]

Category: People Management | Thursday 27 July 2017 | Author: Hannah King
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Case study: Ogilvy & Mather – People Management

By Peter Crush Why media execs needed to stop sidestepping conflict to steer the agency through difficult times You probably didn’t need to follow the histrionics of Mad Men’s Don Draper et al to know the ad industry has a reputation for employing its fair share of difficult egos and creative directors not afraid of […]

Category: People Management | Wednesday 23 December 2015 | Author: Hannah King
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