Monthly Archives: February 2015

Is honesty always the best policy?

Anyone who reads my blog regularly knows that I’m a firm advocate of honesty in the workplace. I think honesty is the least we should expect from our leaders and, to be frank, in these days of hyper-transparency, the chances … Continue reading

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Who to Believe?

I like reading Robert Crampton’s regular feature Beta Male in The Times Magazine on Saturdays.  His brutally honest, self-deprecating, slightly quirky take on life as a chronic under-achiever is amusing and a constant reminder not to take life too seriously. … Continue reading

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Can large corporations ever match the transparency of a start-up?

I may be naïve. Indeed I’m regularly accused of it, but I’d love to work for an organisation where employees are rewarded for speaking up and championing their beliefs rather than one where they sit tight and wait to see … Continue reading

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