For the Leadership Circles this month we will look at the idea of “job crafting”. This has been around for a little while but has gained much more attention recently.
We were joined in the People, Culture and Inclusion team this week by my daughter Ellie, who was on a work experience placement. A current sixth form student, Ellie’s only […]
Okay, I admit it, it’s a little tongue in cheek but hopefully it got your attention!
People come to work for all sorts of reasons – financial security, personal satisfaction, career ambitions, social networks, contribution to a wider purpose and so on. Whatever the reason, we […]
That shifting sand of the leadership landscape right now is a thing, yes, you feel it too? Ideas about the world of work and leadership that have been bubbling up […]
Nina (Library and Information Advisor) has created a blogging challenge she would like to invite Canterbury Christ Church University staff to take part in, as away to enhance their development […]
We’ve had a bit of a blog break as we needed time to do some thinking and planning and, of course, enjoy the summer! But now the energy of the […]
What does inclusive leadership actually mean? There are so many unwritten rules about being at work, it can be hard to navigate them: the team norms, the different preferences for […]
Leaning in: Personal reflections on anti-racism practice and the journey towards allyship By Kristy Widdicombe-Dutch, Head of Learning Skills ‘[T]here is no freedom without rights and no rights without the […]