All leaders should be coaches. But why? Read our Recommended Reading to find some excellent advice from our Managing Director Owen Morgan within his article in HR Grapevine.
HR Grapevine describes the story of an employee who brings a clown to his redundancy meeting, explaining that his presence was for emotional support.
In the latest issue of The Global Recruiter, Owen Morgan emphasises the importance of support for those affected by change and redundancy, highlighting the evolution of outplacement.
New statistics from HR Grapevine reveal that one fifth of HR professionals would quit their jobs as a result of poor leadership from their managers.
Although 84% of employees who have received mentoring have benefited from it, still only one in eight employees have a mentor. Read our Recommended Reading by theHRDIRECTOR now.
One individual's disorganisation can affect an entire team. But how can you increase productivity as a leader to reach maximum profitability?
Statistics indicate that despite an increase in understanding regarding mental health issues, workers continue to avoid the topic of mental health in the workplace.
Read theHRDIRECTOR's insights into an American study revealing that some men find it uncomfortable to work with and mentor women in a professional setting.
What are the three most likely challenges to be facing the HR industry in the near future? Read our Recommended Reading for details.
Read Rob Lachenauer’s account of losing his mentor and starting the journey from mentee to mentor himself.
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