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Serenity in Leadership

Wolf whistles or whistle-blowing? How men can make women feel safer at work

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Following the resurgence of the #MeToo movement in 2017, the murder of Sarah Everard in March 2021, and growing unrest against misogynistic behaviour, some businesses having been reviewing their policies around gender equality, harassment and safety in the workplace. However, there is also a rising movement coming from men who want to be stronger allies […]

Ten ways to secure employee retention amidst The Great Resignation

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Whilst staying at a company for five, 10 or 20 years used to be perfectly normal protocol, since 2021 The Great Resignation has highlighted what has quietly been happening for the last decade; valuable employees are dictating what will keep them in their role because they are astutely aware of their own value and employers […]

Is Cultural Quotient (CQ) the new IQ when it comes to organisational success?

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Cultural quotient or cultural intelligence (CQ) is increasingly being seen as of far more value than IQ (intelligence quotient), and of equal importance in business to its counterpart emotional intelligence (EQ), because of its proven exponential positive impact on improved teamwork, performance, cooperation and communication. CQ assesses far beyond simple cultural sensitivity and awareness and […]

What will be keeping your company’s C-Suite execs awake at night in 2022?

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After another incredibly difficult year of uncertainty, angst, constant change, health concerns and logistical backlogs, the C-suite has had to be agile and make difficult decisions without really knowing what the future might hold. The pandemic and the country’s response to it have created great splits, partly depending on sector and size. Some companies have […]

10 reasons why better inclusion will help us bounce back in 2022

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Whether it’s addressing hybrid working from home, or the need to actively and systemically address a lack of inclusion to do with race, gender, sexual orientation, physical disability or social differences, Thom Dennis (pictured, above), CEO of Serenity In Leadership, explains why inclusion will help us bounce back in 2022…   INCLUSION PREVENTS BULLYING. Active, […]

What is intersectionality? And why do labels at work increase discrimination?

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Intersectionality is one of the most important ways to help support diversity, inclusion and equality according to leadership experts, so why is labelling at work still such a problem? Intersectionality relates to how different parts of our identity merge and how this influences our interactions with the world, as well as how the world interacts […]

World Mental Health Day: 14 ways to help your staff’s mental health this winter

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By Thom Dennis, CEO at Serenity in Leadership World Mental Health Day (10th of October) is nearly upon us and after unprecedented global change and trauma, where many of us became ill, developed long term chronic symptoms, lost loved ones, lost jobs, weren’t able to socialise, had to home educate our children, developed an increasingly […]

13 ways to develop sustainable company values

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Millennials in particular are more likely to spend money with a company, or consider joining their workforce, if it has clear business ethics that align with their own, or if the business shows corporate social responsibility or clear integrity.  These younger consumers are extremely important not least because have also have the loudest voices on […]

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 […]


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