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  • 27 January 2022

Why organisations should extend a helping hand to veterans

Forging close links with ex-military personnel through post-services employment and mentoring schemes is good for firms and veterans alike, explains Barclays’ Andy White.

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  • 17 October 2022

How Gen-Z talent is reshaping the future of work.

Gen-Z workers are ‘career activists’ who are using social media to champion flexibility, mental health and ethical values, says Dan Sullivan of education and careers platform Gen Z Talks.

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  • 30 August 2022

Breaking the glass ceiling: How to support women and people of colour.

How can leaders take action to become more inclusive of women and people of colour at a senior level? Discover our top tips on how to lead diverse talent to success. 

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  • 04 May 2022

How youth work is nurturing the leaders of tomorrow.

Young people make an overwhelmingly positive contribution to society, and are natural organisers and leaders – so they deserve a greater voice, argues Leigh Middleton.

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  • 21 March 2022

Why macaroons hold the key to unlocking grassroots leadership.

Under the roof of a Birmingham-based social enterprise, the humble macaroon has brought a valuable set of transferrable skills to disadvantaged groups, writes Rosie Ginday MBE.

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  • 07 March 2022

How employee ownership stimulates skills and inclusion.

A culture of empowerment and trust with a strong community focus can open employers’ eyes to candidates they may never have previously considered, writes Chris Martin FInstLM .

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  • 18 August 2021

Why employers must be positive about potential when it comes to disability.

To engage the most overlooked talent pool, it’s vital for employers to show that they’re flexible, open minded and driven by positive values, argues Julian John

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