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Accelerator: Health by stealth

Greater employee wellbeing is good for both people and business, and yet employees feel more stressed and overwhelmed than ever. How can we give people the skills they need to flourish? Today's health and wellbeing at work Healthy eating, exercise, sleep – the first things to fall by the wayside during a busy period are the things most likely to...
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Accelerator: Instant respect

With the spotlight on discrimination and power in the workplace, it's time to examine how disrespectful workplace behavior is allowed to flourish - and start building a culture of inclusion. The problems of harassment and bullying at work Workplace harassment isn’t restricted to Hollywood: three-quarters of employees say they’ve witnessed or experienced it first-hand. Yet just 11% of managers report...
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5 ways to… lead inclusively

Inclusion has become a significant corporate focus – and rightly so. How can leaders rise to the challenge and cultivate a more inclusive leadership style? After decades playing second fiddle to diversity, inclusion has rocketed up the corporate agenda. The harmful impact of workplace exclusion is clear, and the benefits of a diverse workforce performing at its peak are plentiful....
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Accelerator: Talking performance

Annual performance reviews often feel pointless, if not painful. And research shows that simply tinkering with the process will fail more often than it succeeds. Is there a better approach? In most organizations, there are few topics guaranteed to elicit a collective eye roll more than annual performance reviews. Individuals see little point in vague, arbitrary goals that will be...
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