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Over 50% Of Women Have Never Asked For A Pay Rise & Confidence May Play A Big Part

September 20, 2019
The gender pay gap is still showing little sign of improvement. While companies have much more to do in this realm and arguably bear most of the responsibility, women themselves can begin…
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Should HR be responsible for learning and development?

September 3, 2019
For what seems like years now, there have been heated conversations among human resources (HR) professionals about their strategic place in the business, not least whether they have a right to sit…
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How imposter syndrome and racism overlap

HR Magazine
August 28, 2019
Workplace attitudes to race and lack of role models mean BAME individuals are more susceptible to imposter syndrome At some point you have probably come across the term ‘imposter syndrome’. If not,…
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Binna Kandola: Keeping track of racism mutations

Eastern Eye
August 16, 2019
by Professor Binna Kandola, co-founder and senior partner, Pearn Kandola “[RACISM] has been solved long ago.”  These are the words of Academy-Award winning actor, Jon Voight, in a video response to the…
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Can transformational leadership really be taught?

August 11, 2019
Transformational leaders are seen as the changemakers, the future-leaning navigators who can steer their organisations through turbulent times of flux and disruption. Are these individuals uniquely programmed this way, or can the…
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