Planning a return to the office? Three tips to allay your people’s fears

Heather here! Confidence in the Covid-19 vaccine is growing, according to a global survey.  And as confidence grows, worry about its side effects is declining. This research highlights the all-important inverse relationship between confidence and fear.  The relationship is clear – for

‘Tis The Season to Be Jolly…Maybe

Well, December has arrived. It’s an auspicious month; one that brings Hanukkah and Christmas festivities, one that heralds the end of the calendar year. Here in the UK we’re hunkering down in the depth of winter, while in Australia people

How to Have Difficult Conversations in the Midst of Covid-19

Last week I outlined the three key topics that leaders have highlighted as their primary people-related challenges right now: How to lead remotely How to have difficult conversations in the midst of Covid-19 How to maintain personal resilience and well-being

Resilience in These Uncertain Times: A Series of Complimentary Webinars

Resilience in These Uncertain Times: A Series of Complimentary Webinars

During these extraordinary times when news becomes obsolete at lightning speed, we are indeed in uncharted waters. As leaders, more than ever, it is important to provide clear and confident leadership so that our teams move forward with resilience and

Why leaders find giving feedback difficult and what to do about it

Why leaders find giving feedback difficult and what to do about it

CommsMasters Insights The prospect of ‘giving feedback’ can make even the most confident of leaders stumble over their words or struggle to articulate what needs to be said. A recent Gallup poll found that 69% of senior managers have difficulty