Monthly Archives: April 2021

PRIVILEGE

At a recent workshop, we conducted an activity that offers some insight in to privilege. It is a powerful exercise and it inevitably makes people uncomfortable as often people don’t regard themselves as being privileged. What stood out for me in this workshop was the level of surprise and variation in levels of privilege in […]

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DESIGNING FLEXIBLE WORK POLICIES

I was speaking with the head of a global Chemical company as part of a brief I was working on and we were discussing the roll out of the organisation’s work from home policy. The client acknowledged that when considering how to do this across a global workforce, it was important to ensure that a […]

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TRUST AND COVID 19

The covid pandemic brought many changes particularly in regard to work. Across the globe people were suddenly no longer permitted in offices and working from home became the norm. At some level, trust of employees to complete work and tasks was forced upon management. This unintended consequence is no doubt a positive aspect of the […]

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