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Diversity, inclusion and unconscious bias – are you making the progress you need to?

Nic Hammarling
October 18, 2017
If you are reading our newsletter, there is a good chance you are interested in all things diversity, inclusion and bias related. You may well also be involved in developing, supporting or…
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The language of attraction

Rob Barkworth
October 16, 2017
Smoking continues to be a public health crisis, with estimated costs to the NHS at around £5 billion annually. Governments internationally have tightened legislation around smoking and are investing heavily in public…
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Should we let boys be boys and girls be girls?

Jonathan Taylor
September 15, 2017
There’s been a lot in the UK news in recent weeks about gender stereotyping, and the impact it is having on children. In a recent example, a well-known shoe retailer was criticised…
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Why the author of the Google memo is wrong

Stephan Lucks
August 22, 2017
There has been much furore about the recently leaked memo written by a Google employee in response to Google’s unconscious bias training and other initiatives to even out the numbers of men…
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The importance of soft skills in technical roles

Stephan Lucks
August 15, 2017
We have been working with professional services firms for over ten years and during that time have anecdotally noticed the focus on technical expertise. Although this technical expertise has clear benefits for…
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