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  • How To Help Someone Stressed At Work

    If you’re wondering how to help someone stressed at work then look no further. We all face stressful days at work sometimes, but it’s important to remember this shouldn’t be…

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  • 3 Strategies for Managing Stress in the Workplace

    If we’ve learnt anything during the last year, it’s that strategies for managing stress in the workplace are more important than ever. It’s likely that we’ll be facing some form…

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  • One-on-One Meeting Template for Remote Managers

    One-on-one meetings have the potential to deliver huge value. However, more often than not managers end up going in blind. Without a comprehensive one-on-one meeting template your employees’ needs and…

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  • Managers’ confidence & wellbeing levels are falling. Here’s how business leaders can help.

    Coronavirus has created an entirely new world of work. Suddenly we’ve gone from 5.7% of employees working remotely to 43.1% and as we go into a second lockdown managers are…

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  • Here’s how to make a success of managing remote teams

    Not so long ago, getting everyone together in one room for a pep talk was a go-to management tool. It was never a walk in the park, but in the…

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  • Are line managers getting left behind in the new normal?

    Covid-19 has posed a unique set of challenges to businesses and the latest is the transition to a new normal. As lockdown eases, companies across the globe are taking tentative…

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  • Why flexibility in the workplace matters

    The coronavirus pandemic forced organisations across the world to embrace remote working and propelled them into a new wave of flexibility in the workplace. Businesses had to adapt very quickly…

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  • Listen and act: seven tips for becoming a good manager

    We recently learnt that one third of managers don’t follow up on action items from performance check-ins; thirty-three percent of managers to be exact, according to Appraisd. The problem is that…

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  • Why your employees need mental health first-aiders now more than ever

    Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in November 2018 and has been updated. Prior to lockdown, mental health related illness was the most common form of sickness absence. The…

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  • The power of gratitude in the workplace

    It’s a good feeling when someone says thank you and saying thank you is so easy. So, why is it that gratitude is often lacking in the workplace? Gratitude is…

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  • Employee engagement survey communication strategy

    A successful employee engagement survey starts with a good internal communication strategy. How you let staff know a survey is coming has a huge impact on the outcome – whether…

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  • How often should you conduct an employee engagement survey?

    If you’re considering running an employee engagement survey or looking for ways to improve your existing employee feedback program, one of the first questions you’ll have is how frequently to…