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Category: Diversity and inclusion

MUST READ: Radical findings on strengths at work

During the first half of the year, Strengths Partnership undertook extensive research on workplace strengths with an expert statistician, using a sample of 47,000 employees from our Strengthscope® database.  Strengthscope® measures 24 work-based strengths divided into 4 categories: Emotional, Relational, Thinking and Execution strengths. The

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Are you leveraging the strengths of your diverse workforce?

By embracing people’s differences, organisations can boost innovation, improve customer experiences and gain valuable competitive advantage. Diversity enables a broader range of perspectives, beliefs and ideas to be leveraged, leading to better information gathering, problem solving and decision-making. It also aids in the attraction, retention and

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How to recruit a diverse workforce

Recruiting a diverse workforce and Brexit There is now fairly conclusive evidence of a link between diversity and business performance.  If you don’t increase the gene pool, you restrict the ability to come up with new ideas and serve new markets. So will Brexit limit

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Balance in the workplace

In any organisation, establishing a strong, healthy balance amongst managers and employees is crucial to developing a positive, collaborative, and productive work force. There are a few simple methods businesses can adopt in order to achieve this balance and consequently create a significantly better working

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Five ways to keep talented NHS staff

Health Service Journal published  Five ways to keep talented NHS staff >> Valuing staff will help ensure the NHS retains its talent pool, rather than leaving staff demotivated and looking to move into the private sector, says James Brook Health secretary Jeremy Hunt has recently pledged

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Strength(s) to break through the glass ceiling

Despite numerous efforts from governments, organisations and individuals around the world in encouraging more women in power, gender inequality is still very real. The argument for more women in our boardrooms is actually quite simple: women make up half of all consumers and represent 47%

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