How to create an inclusive work culture
With 71% of millennials stating that diversity and inclusion is important to them when considering a new employer, it has never been more important for organisations to understand how having a diverse and inclusive culture can impact their bottom line.
Are female leaders better in crisis?
Research on gender stereotypes has found that in times of crisis people think that stereotypically "female" traits are more important in a leader, and that stereotypically "male" traits are less desirable.
How to bully-proof kids for life
Joanna Moorehead from The Guardian provides invaluable insight into patterns of bullying and preventative tips for parents and carers. She explores how to make children more resilient to bullying and in return stop them becoming bullies themselves.
Code Like a Girl
Scottish born software engineer Amy Watson, started Code Like a Girl in 2016 while studying Computer Science at the Glasgow University. The company was set up with a mission to attract more women into the industry still dominated by men
What makes a job “good” – and the case for investing in people
Social impact investor, Warren Valdmanis talks about improving company value and profitability by creating “good” jobs, where people feel safe, valued and where they have promising future.
How to successfully manage a diverse team in five easy to follow steps
A diverse team is a good thing. It's the best way to get a mix of different ideas and creative solutions, especially when you're working on complex projects or problems. However, managing a diverse team certainly has its challenges.
The value of kindness at work
James Rhee explores how kindness can go a long way when it comes to reshaping a business.
Study Shows Equal Opportunity Still A Long Way Off In The UK
A recent survey revealed that 51% of professionals do not believe that people of all backgrounds will ever have equal opportunity to succeed within their organizations.
How generational stereotypes hold us back at work
Social psychologist Leah Georges shows how we're more similar than different and offers helpful tactics for navigating the multigenerational workplace.