March 3rd is World Hearing Day – it’s a day to raise awareness on how to prevent deafness and hearing loss. Cheryl shares her own experiences living with hearing loss…
Part of D&I is the ability to accept and respect that there’s more to people than we see. David shares his experience growing up and the importance of D&I
Harvard business review reports we’re all starting to talk less and type more. Derek investigates how our habits have changed with members of the NKD Team.
Jorge takes a closer look at Apple’s recent ‘Made in the UK’ advertising campaign and asks what is it about them which makes them so brilliant, and what if we applied that thinking to the world of work?
For a lot of us, ‘Working from Home’ used to be a dream: an uninterrupted, comfy-clothes day, to get our head down and work!
But… for many working parents, ‘Working from Home’ has come to mean something very different.
Most of us would love to leave a legacy in which we changed the world in some way. For most of us this happens through the companies we work for and the communities we live in. Nab explores how engaged employees are changing the world for the better at DHL.
The “roaring 20’s are back!” or so social media would have you believe. Just how how different will the world of work be in the 2020’s?
Before we shut the lid of the toybox, we ask: what have we learnt about leadership from Woody?
David reflects on how attitudes have changed in the 50 year’s since stonewall and how through understanding, acceptance and collaboration we can progress.
In this episode of The Whistler, Alice and Greg test out the theory that it takes 21 days to form a new habit. But is it as easy as that?