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Succesful video communication. A Cisco / Pearn Kandola research report

The Current Picture The past twenty years have witnessed seismic changes in the way that organisations have grown. These changes have been driven partly by the growth of global mergers and the…
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Analysis of BAFTA Film Awards by Ethnicity & Gender

February 6, 2018
The analysis looked at the ethnicity and gender of nominees and winners in eleven BAFTA award categories: Best Leading Actor Best Leading Actress Best Supporting Actor Best Supporting Actress Rising Star Best…
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Racism at Work Survey Results

Binna Kandola
March 14, 2018
In the modern workplace, racism is widespread, subtle and often ignored. This is a statement that many people may question, however this report provides a solid basis of evidence for these claims.…
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Understanding the Sources of Organisational Prejudice

Binna Kandola
March 7, 2013
Prejudice has serious implications for both organisations and individuals in terms of effectiveness and contentment. Binna Kandola examines research on the main areas of concern. The Macpherson Report defined institutional racism as…
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Self-belief: Turning a Vicious Circle into a Virtuous one

March 6, 2013
Positive psychology and cognitive behaviour therapies have influenced the development of a suite of tools to help people build enduring self-confidence and this article explains how they are of use. Evidence suggests…
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