Archive for the ‘Change’ category

Taking your PULSE for 2020: A framework for thinking and decision making.

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December 23rd, 2019

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I am writing this blog from a lodge. Christmas is everywhere here. Peat burning in the roaring fire next to me, twinkling lights abound, soft hues of green, red and gold are creating a relaxed, festive atmosphere, add in the effect of a steaming hot coffee and all the ingredients are present for warmth and contentment. […]

Stepping Into Flexible Working

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December 10th, 2019

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The idea of flexible working seems great but what are the pitfalls we need to watch out for when planning to go down this route, so take some time to prepare properly.  The UK’s legislation enables anyone to apply for flexible working arrangements and the organisation is required to treat their request in a reasonable […]

Jobs you could do with a Masters in People and Organisational Development

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June 19th, 2019

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See the jobs offer you can work on after finishing your MSc in Organisational Development Taking a MSc in Organisational Development is a big investment in your future. You’ll learn to think in a different way, considering and tackling all the factors impeding and working for change in your organisation, and considering the human factors […]

Making a difference to leadership training and organisational development by being different: Roffey Park explains itself

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April 25th, 2019

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“At Roffey Park we are passionate about developing management, people and performance, and we’re going to talk this morning about how we might do that in the face of Brexit,” says Andy Firth with a big grin on his face. It’s a promise which attracted HR professionals from some of the UK’s best-known organisations for […]

I’ll tell you something…. innovation is all about people

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February 13th, 2019

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HR is perfectly positioned to create a thriving innovation culture For many years, innovation was the domain of the research and development department. It was a mystical activity that took place behind closed doors, only revealing itself when a new product or process appeared, which everyone was expected to get behind. As an HR director, […]