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Sep 23

When it comes to investigation allegations against senior staff, how accountable are you?

Depending on whether you are a fan of Voltaire or Spiderman (or, of course, both!), you will no doubt be familiar with that time-honoured phrase: “With great power comes great responsibility”. But responsibility alone is now no longer enough. Every week, it seems, another media headline heralds a regulatory inquiry, legal case or shareholder push […]

Aug 19

Why lack of organisational knowledge about serious misconduct is not an excuse (and what you can do about it)

Where an investigation has found that serious misconduct allegations are proven, the post-investigation landscape can often be filled with comments of regret and angst about what could have been prevented. Amidst all the various post-investigation follow up, next steps, and even possible fall-out, we often hear the following statements: “But we never knew” “No-one ever […]

May 06

Managing conversations that matter during COVID-19

Not so long ago, before lockdown, we took many things for granted, in our workplace and in our personal lives. For most of us worker-bees, it was axiomatic that we had “the workplace”, that shared physical space where we shared the daily tasks, encounters, frustrations, joys, rituals, meetings and celebrations of our respective workplaces. And […]

Apr 29

[WEBINAR ON DEMAND] Remote Worker: Tips for managing people risk

In response to COVID-19, there has been an unprecendented workplace shift as offices close and people work remotely from home. Of course, working remotely presents a whole new set of people risks for organisations to manage. In this webinar Grevis Beard explored various ways to manage scattered teams, remote workers, and the present but invisible […]

Dec 18

Leave means leave (and we are not talking Brexit). How to truly enjoy “the serenity”.

To channel that Australian classic film, “The Castle”, regardless of whether your summer break this year is destination Bonnie Doon or destination Buenos Aires, the rule remains the same: Leave means leave. There is no point saying (to yourself, and others) that you will be on leave, and then actually working. It’s actually a binary […]

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