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Reasoning reasonableness

There is one word above all others associated with HR. No, not that one! This word always seems to come up in conversations between HR and a manager when they dealing with a particularly difficult issue. You can imagine the scene, two professionals wrestling with a problem. They talk around the issue suggesting different ideas […]

August 30, 2022
Email etiquette

I still find it strange to think how fast the world has been changed by email. I got my first email address in 1993, but back then it was still pretty clunky and nerdy and therefore uncool. By 1997 it felt like everyone had email at work and also at home. Two years later the […]

April 30, 2024
Three little things – What employees need.

Working as an HR Interim and running my own HR consultancy company, I have spent a lot of time in all sorts of different businesses. It’s fantastic: I get to see all sorts of companies, different industries and get to meet and work with great people. People who are all excited about delivering in their […]

March 30, 2024
How to G.S.D. or Get Stuff Done!

Over the years I have run my fair share of projects. Sometimes they go well and sometimes less so. As the William Clinton saying goes “If you live long enough, you’ll make mistakes. But if you learn from them, you’ll be a better person. It’s how you handle adversity, not how it affects you. The […]

January 30, 2024
How to prepare as a Manager for a Disciplinary Hearing

It is a paradisematic country, in which roasted parts of sentences fly into your mouth.

August 27, 2023

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How to G.S.D. or Get Stuff Done!

Over the years I have run my fair share of projects. Sometimes they go well and sometimes less so. As the William Clinton saying goes “If you live long enough, you’ll make mistakes. But if you learn from them, you’ll be a better person. It’s how you handle adversity, not how it affects you. The […]

January 30, 2024
Three little things – What employees need.

Working as an HR Interim and running my own HR consultancy company, I have spent a lot of time in all sorts of different businesses. It’s fantastic: I get to see all sorts of companies, different industries and get to meet and work with great people. People who are all excited about delivering in their […]

March 30, 2024
Email etiquette

I still find it strange to think how fast the world has been changed by email. I got my first email address in 1993, but back then it was still pretty clunky and nerdy and therefore uncool. By 1997 it felt like everyone had email at work and also at home. Two years later the […]

April 30, 2024
Reasoning reasonableness

There is one word above all others associated with HR. No, not that one! This word always seems to come up in conversations between HR and a manager when they dealing with a particularly difficult issue. You can imagine the scene, two professionals wrestling with a problem. They talk around the issue suggesting different ideas […]

August 30, 2022
How to prepare as a Manager for a Disciplinary Hearing – Part deux!

This video is a preparation guide for managers that need to get ready for a disciplinary hearing. If your about to walk into a disciplinary hearing and want to know are you well prepared then here is a short presentation just for you. In this video we will talk you though ten golden rules about […]

August 30, 2023
How to prepare for a Disciplinary Hearing – Part 3

This video is a preparation guide for managers that need to get ready to deliver the outcome after the hearing. You might have a bad news message to deliver but this video will give you the tools to do professionally and make your points clearly. In this video we will talk you though golden rules […]

August 30, 2023
Tackling the Elephant of Bad News

You have a member of staff and most of the time they are good, but there is one thing they do wrong. You don’t want to upset this member of staff, but this has been going for a while now and its getting annoying. Do you raise the subject and if so how? You may […]

February 24, 2024
Transforming an HR Department

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March 20, 2024
Learning to Love Stress

Stress is an often overused and misapplied word. Its associations are negative and its presence is often flagged as an indicator of poor workplaces or bad bosses. But stress or perhaps more accurately pressure can be a force for good. As the saying goes “The key to winning is poise under stress. – Paul Brown” […]

May 01, 2024