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By Juliet Hammond, Research and Data Analytics Lead Well it’s the end of May and lockdown is easing in some parts of the world, whilst the pandemic continues to terrify communities elsewhere. We are cautiously making steps towards a safer future, reconnecting with our communities and work colleagues but remembering...

By guest contributor Dan Hammond, CPO of Squadify Both the Spectator and the Guardian have had a pop at Prince Harry this week for speaking up about mental illness. These come from different ends of the political spectrum so it’s surprising to see them making some...

By guest contributor Dan Hammond, CPO of Squadify Many countries in the Northern Hemisphere are emerging from lockdown – again – so we thought it would be appropriate to rerun a classic bleet from the same stage of the pandemic a year ago as we think...

By Juliet Hammond, Research and Data Analytics Lead DDI research highlights the importance of leadership as we emerge from the pandemic and Deloitte recognize the unique value of superteams – combining people and technology to amplify impact and drive business outcomes. BCG research finds that innovation will be the key to...

By guest contributor Dan Hammond, CPO of Squadify In 1989, Sidney Yoshida coined the term ‘iceberg of ignorance’ to describe how knowledge of real problems diminishes as you go up in an organisation. Heidrick and Struggles has released a study on teams that shows that the ‘bergs...

By guest contributor Pia Lee, CEO of Squadify Amy Edmondson published an article in the Harvard Business Review this week on ‘Leading psychological safety in the hybrid workplace’.  Seeing this as ‘the belief that one can speak up without risk of punishment or humiliation’, she outlines...

By guest contributor Dan Hammond, CPO of Squadify This week, 12 UK football teams joined a new European Super League that would include the biggest teams without risk of relegation. Not everyone liked it. Here’s former Portugal forward Luis Figo: “This greedy and callous move would spell...

By guest contributor Dan Hammond, CPO of Squadify A new report by Josh Bersin on Wellbeing contains an urgent imperative for business and team leaders. The report observes that early wellness/wellbeing initiatives beginning in the ‘80s were limited but in the last 10 years wellness has become more holistic...

By guest contributor Dan Hammond, CPO of Squadify My daughters are revising at home. In the kitchen. Which is great. No really, it’s fine. Anyway, the discovery I made from them this week is Study Stream. This site allows you to join a Zoom call that includes hundreds...

By guest contributor Dan Hammond, CPO of Squadify Here in the UK more and more people are going ‘wild swimming’. This means taking a dip (very short in my case) in the ‘refreshing’ waters of our lakes and rivers. My sister says it should be called ‘swimming’....