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Stigma and mental health in the workplace

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October 9th, 2019

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“Crazy”, “stupid”, “dangerous” are some of the words that Singaporean teenagers thought of when asked about mental illness (report here), showing there is much to do with stigma and mental health. In the same report, 46.2% of respondents, who were aged between 14 and 18, also said they would be “very embarrassed” if they were […]

Types of Organizational Development Interventions: Use of Self

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June 19th, 2019

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There are many types of organizational development interventions that are useful for OD practitioners to have in their practice.  In our recent blog we explored the role of OD practitioner and the range of projects that they would lead from defining and implementing a corporate learning strategy through to designing value propositions or improving employee […]

Are you an Engaging Leader?

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August 1st, 2017

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How are leaders faring at keeping their people engaged? Apparently, not great. In Roffey Park and Profile Asia’s 2017 Working in Asia report, respondents are doubtful about the ability of leaders in Singapore to successfully engage their employees: Employee engagement and morale is a top people challenge; as indicated by 67 per cent of the […]

Building Resilience in Teams? Here’s how

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July 13th, 2017

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Ask anyone at work whether they’ve experienced change in the last five years and it’s likely that the answer will be a resounding sigh, followed by a yes.  Change is prevalent, our own research finds that roughly 1 in 2 managers report having undergone change initiatives with only 40% of them agreeing they were successful. […]