The Dangers of Pleasanteeism

The Dangers of Pleasanteeism

Our latest insights The Dangers of Pleasanteeism by Ngozi Weller November 23, 2021 Resilience is an interesting word, and one, I’ll admit, that I’ve spent a long time disliking. You see, resilience for me is the buzzword that accompanied a lot of my own...
The Rise of the New Leader

The Rise of the New Leader

Our latest insights The Rise of the New Leader by Ngozi Weller October 18, 2021 When I began my corporate career as a fresh-faced 21-year-old newly freed from the hallowed halls of higher education, I felt relatively confident in my understanding of the tenets of...
My People Management Cameo & The Death of the HR Superhero

My People Management Cameo & The Death of the HR Superhero

Our latest insights My People Management Cameo & The Death of the HR Superhero by Ngozi Weller July 29, 2021 I was quoted in a People Management article last week! My message was clear, the age of the HR Superhero is dead. What do I mean by that? In brief,...
Covid & the Workforce Under 30

Covid & the Workforce Under 30

Our latest insights Covid & the Workforce Under 30 by Ngozi Weller April 5, 2021 What Do They Want? What Do They Need? As a self-employed mother of two who has spent much of this pandemic trying and failing to find a workable balance between childcare,...
Wellbeing Lessons From a Neglected Honeysuckle

Wellbeing Lessons From a Neglected Honeysuckle

Our latest insights Wellbeing Lessons From a Neglected Honeysuckle by Ngozi Weller March 2, 2021 Three years ago, my neighbour bought a 50p honeysuckle from a clearance bin in Wilko. It was neglected and badly damaged, but she bought it anyway, with the aim of nursing...