Emotions are inevitably a part of everyday experiences in the workplace, however, sometimes they can negatively affect your staff. In this article, we look at how being able to understand and regulate your emotions, as well as the emotions of others, can lead to success in management.

In November, GCHQ and BAE Systems both issued an appeal to attract more neurodivergent employees. Having a more diverse team of people can lead to innovation but how do you attract neurodiverse employees and make the recruitment process inclusive?

There is no one solution for making all employees feel supported and comfortable. But how can insurance firms provide an environment which helps neurodivergent employees to prosper?  

Sir Richard Branson published an open letter in 2021, stating “The world needs a neurodiverse workforce to help try and solve some of the big problems of our time.” Companies with diverse teams are 70% more likely to enter new markets. Are insurance firms failing to utilise neurodiverse employees' strengths and creativity?

Companies such as Meta, Twitter, Amazon and more have named the possibility of a recession as one of the major contributing factors to mass layoffs. What can your insurance firm do to help navigate the possible upcoming recession?

Peer coaching is mentoring between colleagues who have no authority over each other. This allows people to share knowledge, feedback, and challenges and could help you to identify your next team leader or manager.

What is gaslighting and how can employers act to prevent it?

Promoting a diverse team will have many positives but may also provide some challenges. How can businesses address these concerns and enjoy the benefits?

How has the increase in remote working affected workplace bullying and harassment?

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