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Leading Through Conflict: Three Learning Strategies For Leaders

As a manager, there is an expectation that your role will involve resolving workplace conflict in your team quickly and effectively. When you take on a leadership role, you’ll likely have to deal with more complex and challenging issues. Colleagues may expect you to solve their conflicts for them. But, this can become a vicious […]

Category: Forbes | Monday 22 May 2023 | Author: Anna Shields
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Brewing Harmony: 3 Peace-Making Tips On National Tea Day

It’s the UK’s National Tea Day today. Tea-loving Brits, and indeed millions of people in homes and workplaces around the globe, will be brewing the world’s second most popular drink. At work though, it’s not just tea (or coffee) that can get stirred up. Conflict commonly occurs amongst co-workers, and failure to address issues early […]

Category: Forbes | Tuesday 2 May 2023 | Author: Anna Shields
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3 Questions To Ask Yourself When Seeking An Apology

It isn’t easy owning up to one’s mistakes, but getting someone else to own up to theirs can be even harder. Politicians are famous for their non-apology apologies, and Prince Harry is reported to want an apology before he attends King Charles III’s coronation. Even Microsoft’s AI chatbot Bing is said to have insisted that […]

Category: Forbes | Wednesday 15 March 2023 | Author: Anna Shields
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Tackling Attrition – Fracture

The saying “people join a company but leave a manager”, points to the importance of the manager/employee relationship and how essential it is to engagement and performance. During a time of continuing uncertainty and increased attrition, maintaining workplace morale and wellbeing is essential. But the after effects of the pandemic – along with economic uncertainty […]

Category: The HR Director | Thursday 9 March 2023 | Author: Alex Efthymiades
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How To Rebuild Team Relationships After Layoffs

In recent weeks, the headlines have been full of layoffs. Redundancies are tough on those directly affected, but for those left behind, it can be difficult too. The stress of the redundancy process, losing close colleagues, and extra workload, can leave everyone feeling the pressure. Add worries over the economic environment and higher living costs […]

Category: Forbes | Wednesday 15 February 2023 | Author: Anna Shields
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