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Not Waving But Drowning

Bullying is a serious problem in Britain’s workplaces. ACAS receive 20,000 calls related to workplace bullying and harassment each year. Bullying behaviour can have an insidious and long-standing impact on the organisation, the targets and their families. The vast majority of victims of bullying do their very best to carry on as normal, they work hard, do their best to be cheerful and carry on as if nothing is happening; they suffer in silence. It isn’t always possible to know from their actions how deeply they are being affected and much like the man in Stevie Smith’s poem their ability to carry on can easily be misinterpreted.  Continue reading article

 

Models and Techniques for Coaching Now

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Sue Davies will be joined by 3 other professional coaches to speak at this informative CIPD event on Wed 8th November at 18:30. Click for details.

 

 

Unconscious Bias

Image result for unconscious bias Did you know that we all have a level of implicit bias and sometimes we act on it without even knowing it?

Bias and how we may unconsciously make decisions impacts on diversity. On 14th November at 6:30pm in Cheltenham the CMI will host an evening to look at this topic. Click here to book your place.

 

 

 

Break Free From Your HR Paperwork

 

Find out how Digital transformation and technology can significantly cut down on manual work.  Click here for more detials.

 

 

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