Category Archives: Category: Cultural Change

Staying Resilient During Uncertainty

Resilience is a subject that we have been training teams and individuals on for years. In the times of unexpected change that we find ourselves in, especially in light of COVID-19 Coronavirus, it is even more important to look at how you are managing both your own resilience, and that of your team, and even

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Is unconscious bias impacting the diversity of your business?

Unconscious bias happens all of the time. Maybe sitting on a train or having a coffee somewhere, just people watching – then out of nowhere, innocently making assumptions about the passing crowd purely by the way they look or interact. Unconscious bias can come in so many forms – from judging someone’s job, their partner,

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Why is Netflix’s Freedom & Responsibility Culture still relevant?

This seems to have been talked about over and over again, but we still struggle to find another example that so perfectly outlines cultural strategy, and the related performance & revenue impact of this done right. For a couple of years now the company has created real buzz in the HR world around their unique

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Create a Checklist for Culture Change

When helping our clients navigate culture change, one of the essential steps is codifying the elements of their culture that drive the most success. Often, these are either not detailed anywhere, or are buried in a “too big to read” manual somewhere. One of the keys to creating culture change that sticks – simplifying complicated

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Is HR part of your leadership team?

We see so often that businesses lack the HR element in their leadership team, despite having so many other functions represented. If you have yet to integrate HR at the most senior level of your business, you could be missing out on significant revenue impacts. With most service based, people driven businesses, the most significant

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What would you give to save 50% on your recruitment fees?

With an average 20% of recruits ending in a “bad hire”, and each bad hire costing as much a four times their salary, it’s a costly mistake to make. But realistically what can you really do to prevent this? Over the last 10 years recruiting at all levels, there are two “silver bullets” we use

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