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Why diversity and inclusion initiatives make business sense

Why diversity and inclusion initiatives make business sense
Diversity and inclusion initiatives have a number of business benefits - such as greater diversity of behaviours, attitudes and attributes.
 
 
 

4 ways younger workers can succeed in the post-Brexit workforce

4 ways younger workers can succeed in the post-Brexit workforce
What can younger workers expect from the workplace post-Brexit? And how can they succeed in the new world of work? We explain...
 
 
 

Are vision and values holding back your corporate culture?

Are vision and values holding back your corporate culture?
Up until now, vision and values have held the reins when it comes to creating a sense of corporate identity, but where does culture fit into the equation?
 
 
 

Is the New World of Work all talk and no trousers?

Is the New World of Work all talk and no trousers?
We spend a lot of time talking about the New World of Work and the opportunities that come along with it, but what are organisations actually doing to embrace it?
 
 
 

How to create a corporate culture your employees actually care about

How to create a corporate culture your employees actually care about
Creating a workplace culture that encourages collaboration and agility is more than an open plan office - it's about your corporate DNA.
 
 
 

Are workplace diversity programmes a thing of the past?

Are workplace diversity programmes a thing of the past?
Last week, Deloitte announced plans to abolish its diversity groups in favour of a more holistic approach to diversity and inclusion, which brings up the all-important question – do traditional diversity programmes have a place in the new world of work?
 
 
 

Great expectations: the next generation approach to talent management

Great expectations: the next generation approach to talent management
Today’s multi-generational workforce, combined with the growing impact of digital disruption and geo-political uncertainty, is driving organisations to rethink their approaches to talent attraction and engagement, talent assessment and selection, and talent development and retention.
 
 
 

How organisations are adapting to an era of uncertainty

How organisations are adapting to an era of uncertainty
We are living in an era where rapid change has become the norm: unexpected election results, global financial crises, and unprecedented digital disruption. As a result, many organisations are taking a proactive and pragmatic stance to risk management, future planning, and talent management.
 
 
 

Technology and trends: what the modern employee truly wants at work

Technology and trends: what the modern employee truly wants at work
‘The Now Generation’ is a term that first popped up in the late 90s and early 00s to describe a young, inpatient, career-hungry generation that wanted everything ‘now’. Since then, the world has been introduced to an abundance of new technologies, from cloud software and big data, to social media and artificial intelligence, all of which have had a profound impact on our daily working lives.
 
 
 

Is legacy L&D infrastructure aligned with the habits of today's learners?

Is legacy L&D infrastructure aligned with the habits of today's learners?
Transformational pressures are forcing senior management to reassess their business strategies, leadership styles, team structures, and talent acquisition. But where does this leave Learning and Development?
 
 
 
 
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