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Delivering high productivity by developing engaging managers
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The productivity puzzle A few years ago I attended an IPA conference about the productivity puzzle.  We learned that Britain’s productivity gap with other G7 advanced economies has widened to its largest since 1992. The OECD has drawn a link between Britain’s poor productivity record and the squeeze on living standards over recent years. Its […]

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Is flexible working an option for your team? Questions to ask
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It’s a much-debated topic and a growing trend, but most companies still don’t seem to take a deliberate approach to flexible working. Instead, they just offer a vague middle ground of “flexible working” on a case by case basis. There are strong arguments for encouraging remote working and, conversely, arguments for bringing everyone together under […]

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EQ Connects is a first of its kind, immersive conference focussing on EQ, for coaching, business and education. At this unique event, you will have the opportunity to connect with EQ thought leaders and practitioners to understand clearly not only what EQ is and why it is important in today’s increasingly emotionally disconnected world, but […]

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A quiet office can be a sign of an efficient workforce – but it can also mean people aren’t communicating effectively. In the modern workplace, collaboration is key. But how can you break the silence and encourage people to talk to each other? The Death of Small Talk explores how we can revitalise office chatter and […]

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Employee engagement allows for less stress and a better work environment. Fifty-one percent of employees report they were not engaged at work in 2015 which means they were actively seeking employment elsewhere or they wished they were working somewhere else while on the job. Only 32 percent reported being engaged meaning they were happy with […]

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Taylor Review and Be the Business Launches
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In the context of the recently published Industrial Strategy and Governance Review, and the light of the very recent launch of the Taylor review into modern working practices, and the launch of Be the Business this week, David MacLeod, co-founder of Engage for Success, said: “Since March 2011, when the Engage for Success movement was […]

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Many people will have worked on projects in the workplace but did you know that only 2.5% of companies manage to complete 100% of projects? 57% of projects fail because of a breakdown in communications – with many issues such as frequent changes to scope of projects, inconsistent approach, and poorly trained project managers making […]

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“Organisational culture is the sum of values and rituals which serve as ‘glue’ to integrate members of the organisation” Richard Perrin When businesses are small, the leaders will know their staff personally. They’ll be working in close proximity, passing each other in the halls, and bumping into each other in the kitchen. With that personal […]

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A lot can happen in a decade… And the workplace is not exempt from this fact. According to a recent survey by BambooHR, there have been some significant changes in employee productivity, management procedures, and a variety of other areas that make up the workplace we know today. Some of these changes are a result […]

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