Highlights of the January/February 2019 issue of the
• The people's champion: Tim Dench has helped take coaching and mentoring at Euroclear from a small
pilot to a successful company-wide initiative across 11 countries. Liz Hall reports
• Millennials at work: Millennials will form half the global workforce by 2020. How can employers
engage them?Carola Hieker and Harshada Topale report
• Bad behaviour: What are the new rules for engagement post #MeToo? Jonathan Passmore
and Claire Collins share research on changing attitudes to relationships
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Linklaters is piloting a talent development programme to support BAME staff in progressing their careers and to help the law firm understand and overcome any barriers to advancement. The nine-month programme will use behavioural sciences to increase engagement and empowerment through a series of workshops, coaching sessions and online resources. As part of Linklaters’ Diversity & […]
Employers are prioritising professional development over the next two years. Research from the CIPD and LCP reveals that professional development is the top benefit employers plan to increase funding to over the next two years, followed by health and well-being. In the latest Reward Management report, 568 HR practitioners were surveyed about their organisation’s benefits […]
Embedding coaching in Legal & General’s talent development programme has improved retention, employee engagement and performance. Legal & General created the Step Forward programme in response to a perceived lack of development opportunities for staff at lower grades. The programme, which focuses on supporting a coaching culture, has become embedded in the organisation and is […]
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