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The UK is seeing a seismic shift within family life, and we’re starting to ask questions of ‘are we moving backwards or forwards?’ Diffe
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The longer a leader is in place the tougher the transition is to a new leader. Counterintuitively, it is even tougher when the leader has been seen to have delivered repeatedly
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The gruesome potential advent of another World War is becoming worryingly likely
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Once again, we are left confused, frustrated and angry by just how out of touch our government really is. Of all the things to see as an urgent priority now, it just should not be policing against homelessness
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Selflessness is unfortunately all too rare a characteristic to come across, especially in today’s world where many have a ‘survival of the fittest’ attitude. In e
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We’ve never shied away from the discussion of immigrants and understanding the necessity for them that the so called ‘developed’ nations are beginning to realise but not yet appreciate.  Lik
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It has been a very busy week for media coverage in relation to international football
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No leadership role is easy or straightforward, there are always obstacles and problems along the way – what shows a leader’s true worth, and character is how they deal with it. Th
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We’ve never been shy to call out the exclusion of women in the workplace, especially when it comes to the mistreatment so many still face today.
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In the past, I have expressed my hope for the next generation of employees
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As we push ever harder for inclusion in our society, it’s paramount that we remember the phrase, “actions speak louder than words,” but that doesn’t mean that we should forget that ‘words have power.’ It’s on
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The discussion around work life balance has been with us for a long time now, but the expectations are higher than ever and increasingly unavoidable