Healing The Rift Between Meghan, Harry, And The Royals Will Require New Perspectives

This week, millions of people watched Oprah Winfrey interview Prince Harry and Meghan, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Family relationships were laid bare; there were serious allegations of racism and candid disclosures about the impact this all had on Meghan’s mental health. Sharing personal details of conflict on primetime TV may seem like an […]

Category: Forbes | Thursday 18 March 2021 | Author: Anna Shields
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How to achieve calm in conflict

Overshadowed by the Covid-19 pandemic, the last 12 months have been marked by high levels of uncertainty, stress and anxiety. this has led to an increase in workplace conflict as individuals and organisations navigate the many pressures brought on by the pandemic. Fight, flight and freeze response Think about a workplace conflict you’ve experienced. This […]

Category: The HR Director | Thursday 11 March 2021 | Author: Alex Efthymiades
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How To Create A Healthier Organizational Culture In A World Of ‘Viral’ Conflict

Conflict is always in the headlines. Whether it’s the leader of KPMG telling hundreds of staff to “stop moaning” about the impact of the pandemic, the chaotic parish council Zoom meeting, which inspired countless memes, or the latest rift at Buckingham Palace with Prince Harry and Meghan stepping down as working royals. Disputes have always had the […]

Category: Forbes | Monday 8 March 2021 | Author: Anna Shields
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What’s hiding behind the mask?

As we start another year in a pandemic, workplace relationships are under strain and HR teams are dealing with the inevitable conflict issues that arise. For many of those still working physically together, colleagues are now partially hidden behind a physical mask.  As we deal with the different challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, what’s going […]

Category: HR Magazine | Monday 8 February 2021 | Author: Anna Shields
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3 Ways Leaders Can Improve Their Communication In 2021

Over the last year, the UK government has been accused of sending mixed messages about the Covid-19 pandemic. Christmas was on, and then it was off. In early January, parents were told to ‘absolutely’ send their children to school before directing schools to close the next day. Now, vaccine efficacy is in the headlines due […]

Category: Forbes | Tuesday 2 February 2021 | Author: Anna Shields
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