Keeping you informed


This area allows you to download whitepapers and information booklets that we produce around the themes of Onboarding, Redeployment, Change and Outplacement, as well as downloadable content from any events that we host.

A Practical Guide to Outplacement

Considering Redundancies as a result of COVID-19?

All over the world people and businesses are struggling to cope with the unprecedented and sudden impact of Covid 19. It’s a worrying and uncertain time, made worse for many by the impact of unanticipated rapid job loss.

Many business leaders face tough people decisions that even in more normal times they would have found difficult. Decisionsabout job losses are always the hardest, even though they are always made with the intention of saving the jobs of others. In the current context every business is doing what it must to survive in the best shape to continue on when this is over.

If you face the painful reality of making redundancies, offering an outplacement support programme can be a lifeline and a costeffective way to give meaningful support. At a time when money is tight, if you are considering outplacement support here is how to make sure that you achieve maximum value for your budget and for your people.

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Supporting Wellbeing and Resilience

Changeisaninevitablepartoflife,andifitswellplannedandformulated,itcanproducepositiveresults.Often,inspiteofplanningandeffectivecommunication,changeishardtoincorporate,acceptandappreciate.Changeisaninevitablepartoflife,andifitswellplannedandformulated,itcanproducepositiveresults.Often,inspiteofplanningandeffectivecommunication,changeishardtoincorporate,acceptandappreciate.Change is an inevitable part of life, and if it's well planned and formulated, it can produce positive results. Often, in spite of planning and effective communication, change is hard to incorporate, accept and appreciate. 

Recognising and understanding change, and the impact on the behaviour of your team members, can be userful to allow you to adapt your leadership approach. It's important to remember that everyone experiences change differently - team members will move through stages of the Change Curve at different times - and not all will experience every stage of the curve. 

To find out more about our support programmes during change, please fill in your contact details:

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