Why Leadership Needs Emotional Intelligence

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Emotional intelligence is one of the core leadership skills and becoming ever more crucial within the new world of work. In fact, a greater focus on soft skills is identified as one of the top trends for the future of work. We’re taking a deep dive into emotional intelligence and how it can help create better leaders.

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The Untapped Potential of Older Workers in Your Organisation

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Older workers make up around a third of the UK’s workforce. Yet, they are leaving for early retirement in greater numbers. And with some industries struggling to fill vacancies, looking after experienced staff becomes ever more important.

In this blog, we’ll look at ways you can retain your talent and how adapting for older staff members can benefit the company as a whole.

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5 Signs of Quiet Quitting

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Quiet quitting is not a new phenomenon. You’ll find within any organisation a group of people who are enthusiastic and driven to go over and above in their job. On the opposite end, you’ll find staff who would rather be anywhere else than work and cause a level of disruption. Then in the middle are the group most at risk of quiet quitting.

It is this group that’s been growing over the past year in organisations. People who would once bring their best selves to the office, putting in the effort and innovating are instead going through the motions. Clocking in for their day and no longer showing enthusiasm for their jobs.

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8 HR Trends and Predictions for 2023

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Let’s take a look at some of the HR trends and predictions for 2023. Will HR be building on the progress of the past year? Will there be changes in the way HR operates? Or a deeper reliance on technologies to better enable hybrid working?

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How to Create Engaged Employees

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Having engaged employees means better productivity, and fewer sick days and helps you develop the talent within your teams. When engagement can dramatically reduce absenteeism by up to 81%, it’s essential that organisations create engaged employees.

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How to Create a Sense of Togetherness in Teams (and Why You Need To)

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Whether your office is in a physical location or you have a hybrid working policy in place, it’s important to create a sense of togetherness in teams.

When you build a strong connection, sense of identity and belonging between colleagues, it benefits their work, and productivity and reduces conflict. In this blog, we look at ways you can create a strong bond within your team and why you need to.

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Do You Need a Menopause Policy at Work?

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Menopause is likely to affect half of your employees during their working life. Understanding the symptoms can help you reduce sick days for women. There are several ways you can help employees – but do you need a menopause policy at work? In this blog, we take a look at the impact of menopause and how you can help women at work.

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