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Jane Ferrier

Giving hard feedback

Giving hard feedback

By Leadership, Personal

“When giving hard feedback they become harsh, clinical, calculative and unemotional. All the flexible kindness is
replaced by rigid compliance. This often comes out when a leader needs to give their people feedback. Giving feedback is a critical role of leadership, yet the way in which it is given can leave the person on the other end feeling
confused. After finding themselves on either side of this negative experience, we often see people change. They turn into one of these persona’s you might recognise: Jekyll & Hyde, The Drill-Sergeant, or, Mr Nice Guy.” – Empathic Consulting

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Future Advice About Going Back To The Office

Future Advice About Going Back To The Office

By Business, Workplace

As the thought of returning to the office is becoming a real possibility, Corporate Rebels provide their honest perspective about that future reality. Reflecting on the past year of working from home, this advice calls you to consider everything you’ve learned and consider how it will apply in this new future. 

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Impact Investing, a path to sustainable funding for Save the Children

Impact Investing, a path to sustainable funding for Save the Children

By Business, Revenue - Other

An interesting discussion concerning impact investing, sustainable funding and their impact on charities between John Treadgold from Good Future and Paul Ronalds from Save the Children. Paul provided a relevant perspective on this conversation from his experience during the pandemic and the lessons that he believes both the charitable and finance sectors can learn.

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Is the Agile Manifesto still a thing?

Is the Agile Manifesto still a thing?

By Business, People & Culture

Today’s agile landscape can seem cluttered with methodologies that promise to take agile ideals and turn them into real-world realities. Standing amidst the technological revolution, we find ourselves asking if the Agile Manifesto should still be our guide as we move into a world defined by continuous innovation.

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