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Resilience is about adapting to change and dealing with challenging situations. Personal resilience is about your behaviours, how you react to these situations and how you can look at situations positively to overcome and move on from them. We all deal with pressure in different ways, some may immediately see a given situation as stressful

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Line Managers should be the vital asset in your business, you are trusting them to deliver internal communication and manage your employees on a daily basis. But how well are your line managers managing? A good line manager will be someone in your team that allows people to play to their strengths and can motivate

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Here at KJHR Consulting we work with lots of companies to help them support health and wellbeing in their workplaces. This may be through looking at what they currently do and how we can improve it, or helping business owners introduce health and wellbeing programs into the workplace. Research shows that just 8% of organisations

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Workplace stress and mental wellbeing are two things that are being spoken about lost in recent years while companies work hard to reduce workplace stress in their employees and encourage mental wellbeing.  Many business owners are looking to flexible working for their employees as this enables them to work at their optimum times. In every

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It’s important to start by remembering that continuous improvement is not a “one off event” it is a continuous cycle of improvement. There are in fact six core principles of continuous improvement in your workplace, and it is essential that these are communicated to and with every member of your team. To achieve continuous improvement

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It seems in the workplace now that change is just an accepted way of working that everything is continually evolving with changes in structures, the way services are provided to customers or just a business strategy that plans in constant change. This can very demanding on individual employees and managers who need to ensure that

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Like us, we are sure you have seen the latest buzz term ‘employee engagement’ all over the place; it’s mentioned in the workplace, in the media, in most of your emails, by HR experts, recruitment professionals and many others and it is very easy to become inundated with exciting ‘employee engagement’ ideas – but how

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This might not seem relevant when you first set up a business however as you grow in size an important consideration is the organisational structure of the business; this will be based of the size of the company as well as the aims of the business and the industry in which the business is in.

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I don’t feel that managing performance can be a one-off annual event when a manager fills two-three days of their diary by cramming in all the employees for their annual performance review; I don’t feel that works, instead I think that managing performance should be a continuous cycle. By creating a continuous performance management process

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If you’re a leader and you think there is no conflict around you, then sadly you taking on the ostrich pose and burying your head in the sand; conflict and leadership often go hand in hand within any workplace and as a leader it is important that instead of fearing this conflict you embrace it.

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