March 31, 2019
Follow My Leader
Just child’s play? Follow my leader is a children’s game in which the players must follow the actions of their leader. They all fall in line, behind their chosen leader, and any rogue players who do not do as their leader does are out of the game! So, it’s no surprise that in the corporate...
March 31, 2019
Engage for UK Corporate Governance
Finally, employees given a voice with the 2018 UK Corporate Governance Code The Financial Reporting Council clearly see the correlation between economic growth and a strong relationship between leaders and the workforce, and have put their money where their mouth is with the 2018 UK Corporate Governance code. The code came into force for accounting periods...
February 28, 2019
Employees have a Million Reasons to walk away
21st century employees can have a Million Reasons to walk away and are no longer pacified by a pep talk and pay rise. There once was a time, when you had the full attention of employees in the workplace from the moment they stamped their time card on the way into work until they stamped...
February 23, 2019
Mental health issues at work
Are your employees thriving or merely surviving? The charity Mind state that 1 in 4 people are suffering from mental health problems in any one year, and that 1 in 6 people are suffering in the workplace. Further research suggests 1 in 25 suffer to such a degree it has a severe impact on their...
May 9, 2018
GDPR: Whose responsibility?
How many times have I heard the words “GDPR is the next Y2K”? I’ve lost count! but let me assure you it’s a lot! Which is why when you look at GDPR and whose responsibility it is, most organisations start by placing responsibility with IT. However, there is a fundamental difference between Y2K and GDPR....