The case for improving Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in your business
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by Steve Morley
4M ago
There are some fascinating facts about equality, diversity, and inclusion (ED&I) in the workplace. For example, while gap between female and male employment rates in the UK is the lowest since it was first recorded in 1971, as recently as 2018 FTSE 100 CEOs in 2018 were more likely to be called Dave or Steve than be female! According to the CIPD, ED&I is “about creating working environments and cultures where every individual can feel safe and a sense of belonging and is empowered to achieve their full potential” (CIPD Factsheet, November 2022). But why should we spend precious time an ..read more
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Navigating the AI Age with Meta Skills
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by Kelly Meadows
10M ago
In the ever-evolving landscape of the modern workforce, the advent of Artificial Intelligence (AI) has ignited compelling discussions about the future of jobs, skills, and the synergy between humans and technology. At Emailogic, where our core focus lies in driving behavioural change and organizational development, we find ourselves at the epicentre of this discourse. As we delve into the profound implications of AI, we are not only deciphering the potential jobs that might be relinquished to automation but also unveiling the plethora of novel roles that will emerge in its wake. Marty Neumeier ..read more
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The Power of Stories: Enhancing Business Presentations
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by Kelly Meadows
1y ago
The Power of Stories: Enhancing Business Presentations In today's fast-paced business world, effective communication is key to success. When it comes to delivering presentations, there is a powerful tool that can captivate and engage audiences like no other: storytelling. By weaving compelling narratives into business presentations, you can unlock the full potential of your key messages, leaving a lasting impact on their listeners. In this blog post, we will explore the immense value of using stories in business presentations and how they can elevate your communication skills. Emotional Connec ..read more
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Why (EQ) is so important in a remote working world?
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by Kelly Meadows
1y ago
Why Emotional Intelligence (EQ) is so important in a remote working world?   If you are (or aspire to be) in a leadership role, there is an emotional element that is so important to consider. It is what will help you to successfully coach teams, manage stress levels and enable you to deliver valuable feedback.    Ever since Daniel Goldman’s seminal work, Emotional Intelligence, in 1985 it has been accepted that emotional intelligence (EQ) plays a significant role in business success. In Goleman’s opinion, EQ is about understanding and managing your own emotions and inf ..read more
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How to think plan and act strategically
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by Kelly Meadows
1y ago
How to become more strategic The ability to think, plan and act strategically is a critical skill for success in business, but little training or guidance is provided.  So how do you become more strategic? To answer this question, consider these two scenarios: Scenario 1: Lucy has been in the company for 12 years.  She arrived as a new graduate and got to grips rapidly with her role, becoming a real expert, someone who people around her rely on. She is an asset to the business, an immensely hard worker, and great things are predicted for her. However, she’s been up for promotion a fe ..read more
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Feel the Fear and do the Webinar anyway
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by Amber Deacon
1y ago
Most businesses would be thrilled if some of their staff, senior managers and directors, were able to deliver live knowledge sharing ‘value add’ webinars for their customers, potential customers or membership. These live virtual sessions could focus on sharing unique information, introducing talks by recognised experts or facilitating discussions on relevant topics and current hot issues.  Besides adding value through networking and providing relevant information on critical up to date issues, live webinars provide an additional very accessible route to market. They can build your organis ..read more
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Top tips to manage your Holiday inbox
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by Amber Deacon
2y ago
We all take a well-deserved break from work but does the thought of returning to an overflowing inbox put you off taking that break? At Emailogic we suggest that you do a little bit of planning before you go on leave. Here are some top tips: ·       Devise a company Holiday Out of Office template – you may wish to use a different template for internal and external emails ·       Agree with a colleague that you can put their contact details on your OOO message whilst you are away ·       Make sur ..read more
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5 powerful reasons to pick up the phone
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by Amber Deacon
2y ago
There is an irony that in 2022 when we all have mobile ‘phones’, the phone function is the feature people seem to use the least.  With the majority of people working at home during the pandemic and continually exhausted from back-to-back MS Teams meetings, many found email an easier method for additional messages. Consequently, most organisations saw a significant rise in email volume over that period.  Many of our customers reported this rise, however the increased level has not subsided. We speak to people daily who complain that now not only have email volumes stayed high, which c ..read more
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Should we give our staff Bystander Intervention Training? 
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by Amber Deacon
2y ago
René Robert, a Swiss photographer known for his shots of some of Spain’s most famous flamenco stars, died in January after slipping while on one of his nightly walks around the busy Paris neighbourhood where he lived. Tragically he gradually developed hypothermia as he wasn’t checked on for 9 hours, despite numerous people passing by.  Why do tragedies like this happen?  These kinds of stories keep appearing in the local, national and international news where someone has suffered, and this could have been prevented through an intervention by a bystander. This is also prevalent in the ..read more
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How do you change the email culture?
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by Amber Deacon
2y ago
“Will staff fall back into bad habits after email training? Will they go back to sending unnecessary copies, checking emails endlessly, and writing poor emails?” Just a few of the questions that we are often asked. The short answer is no. Why are we so confident? Firstly everything delegates learn when they attend an is common sense – just not common practice. Once someone can see the benefit of writing clear and meaningful subject lines – and the impact this has on the recipients – they are unlikely to change back again. Once a delegate appreciates that messages containing spelling mistakes o ..read more
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