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    Conflict resolution – Here are the strategies that work

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    Conflict resolution at work is a process used by two or more parties in dispute to help them find a peaceful solution. A 2020 CIPD survey found that 26% of employees found conflict a common occurrence at work so why does it happen and what are the solutions? Conflict in the workplace often occurs because […]

    The challenges CEOs (and their teams) are facing right now

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    By Thom Dennis (pictured), CEO at Serenity in Leadership The challenges facing CEOs right now are mounting. Many businesses have had to stop, start, reassess and reconfigure in the last year as we went through lockdowns, Brexit and unprecedented global health instability, with countless employees having faced isolation, burnout and anxiety. In the UK we are beginning to endure a third […]

    Why fear stops inclusion & 14 ways to break the cycle

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    By Thom Dennis (pictured), CEO of Serenity in Leadership and Suzie Lewis, Founder and MD of Transform for Value Fear at work comes in many forms. External forces that are out of our control like the pandemic give rise to fear and force change upon us because we are living in a VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, […]

    The lessons all businesses should have learnt during the pandemic

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    Over a year on from the start of the pandemic and as lockdown is slowly lifted, many changes in the way we operate business are most likely here to stay. But what lessons do we need to ensure we have truly learnt from the pandemic? Thom Dennis, CEO at Serenity in Leadership, looks at what […]

    A man’s view on misogyny & gender equality at work

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    The recently re-ignited movement to make women feel safer in the streets has been reactive and powerful, so we asked Thom Dennis, CEO of Serenity in Leadership, whether this will extend to women in the workplace and whether it will also affect gender inequality at work. Here he also looks in detail at what the […]

    Business lessons we must have learnt from the pandemic

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    Over a year on from the start of the pandemic and as lockdown is slowly lifted, many changes in the way we operate business are most likely here to stay, but what lessons do we need to ensure we have truly learnt from the pandemic? Thom Dennis, CEO at Serenity in Leadership, looks at what […]

    Top 10 attributes every great business leader needs in 2021

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    By Thom Dennis (pictured), CEO at Serenity in Leadership Successful business leaders may previously have been visionaries of their brand, expert decision makers with a growth mindset and possessed extraordinary levels of energy, but the qualities needed to be a good leader in 2021 have changed vastly due to the seismic pressures of the ongoing […]

    What women want in the workplace in 2021

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    By The Team at Serenity in Leadership Covid-19 has changed numerous things for women, with many struggling with additional burdens of children missing school, isolation, anxiety about their family’s health and finances; with burnout and severe stress real issues. As a crisis often presents opportunities, to mark International Women’s Day taking place today, Serenity in Leadership […]

    How to break the stigma of disability in the workplace

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    By Thom Dennis, CEO at Serenity in Leadership and Jane Hatton, CEO of Evenbreak Approximately 15% of the world’s population live with some form of disability but only 2-4% have disabilities which cause significant difficulties functioning, yet disabled people are over a third less likely to be employed than non-disabled people. It’s probable this will […]

    Covid-19 recovery tips for 2021

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    By Thom Dennis, CEO at Serenity In Leadership There has been a huge cost to the pandemic but there has also been a lot of necessary learning which needs to be integrated into current organisational cultures to be sustainable, resilient and to last beyond the pandemic. Whilst the pandemic is likely to have increased anxiety and difficulties, […]


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