These frightening characters are present in many organisations and can materialise faster and stick around for longer tha
Trust is one of the cornerstones of a good employer-employee relationship. Employees need to have trust in their colleagues, their line managers, in HR, in senior management and in the organisation as a whole. Most important in that mix is being able
Another new experience under the belt. This time a short talk at the PPMA conference (not the Processing and Packaging Machinery Association) rather the Public Sector People Manager’s conference – you can check the #ppmahr13 hashtag for tweets from t
In my first post "On the road to becoming a Google Guru" I described the journey I’d been on that led me to become a Google Technology Advocate. I also detailed experiences from my previous role that allowed me to ‘see the light’ in terms of working
On Wednesday I attended Mike Collins’ talk on Social Leaders. This was a really inspiring session so when I returned to work on Thursday I felt it would be useful to share this with my colleagues
Mike gave a brief overview of how Social tools can hel
I was lucky enough to speak at the recent Training Journal Winter Conference on using Social Media in Learning, it was a great event. I thoroughly enjoyed hearing the presentations from each of the speakers and chatting with fellow attendees on a sub
The picture below shows my artistic scribblings on a table cloth from the (now not so) recent Connect HR Unconference “The power of a social engaged organisation“.
Does recruitment sometimes feel like an episode of the X Factor? Job applicants get a moment to shine with their CV, having to create enough of an impression in that moment that they are then invited to perform in front of a panel of judges. The vast
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