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The HR Headmistress' blog
19th December 2018
My strongest Belbin team type is a Resource Investigator. I have always had a knack for networking and being able to find the right man or woman to help me out.
My father taught me the value of surrounding yourself with the very best people. For...
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12th December 2018
When I was researching my book on creative recruitment, I came across 'Who' by Geoff Smart and Randy Street and I really liked it. The book sets out their method for choosing A listers.
We all want and need A listers in our teams...
Wed 12th Dec 2018 | Tagged as:
5th December 2018
Not all job roles can be flexible. Some have to be in the office or the factory, or wherever the place of work is. But many can be.
What do employees want and how should they adapt?
Think of work as an activity, not a specific location and choose...
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28th November 2018
If you think about the average two or three year old, every other sentence is a question, often “why?” Children are ferociously curious and ask streams of questions about everything and anything. Apparently they average one question...
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21st November 2018
OK. It’s got to be done. It’s time for the annual Grinchathon. Sorry folks, but Christmas is riddled with risk. Every year I write to remind my clients and they all nod wisely but I am not fooled ……. And every year, at...
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