The HR Bitch Takes Her LeaveNo CommentsRead more
20 years ago this week I started maternity leave. My professional future looked bright. The plan was to take 5…
The HR Bitch loves wearing different hats!No CommentsRead more
‘If you do it for love, the money comes anyway.’ I’d jotted this phrase in my ‘happy’ notebook, the place…
Affectionately Known as the HR BitchNo CommentsRead more
When a friend referred to me as the ‘HR Bitch’ some years ago I laughed. I would occasionally divulge stories…
My Team LunchNo CommentsRead more
One of the challenges of working remotely and continuously being cooped up in the confines of our homes during 2020…
The Powerful Art of ListeningNo CommentsRead more
Wow! Thank you for all who participated in this morning’s motivational session, where we delved into relationships and focused on…
I returned to the office todayNo CommentsRead more
I recognised my need to separate work and home a couple of years ago and had invested in a cabin in the garden.
When my son returned from university in March, way earlier than expected, he transformed my cabin into an architectural studio, the space became a hub of creativity with models and A1 drawings. The uncertainty of his future at Uni due to COViD meant until he was settled into his 2nd year, I didn’t want to encroach on my garden office.
The HRsource Coaching Experience: A Client’s PerspectiveNo CommentsRead more
Claire H sent HRsource this testimonial in August 2020. It offers a super overview of what to expect in coaching sessions, and how Adelaide is able to work with Millennials who want a change of direction.
“At the beginning of June I was referred to coaching sessions by a friend and was very lucky to be pointed in Adelaide’s direction. During six sessions over several months, Adelaide’s guidance has been crucial in getting me to where I am now – which is a far way from the point I was at when we met! Adelaide’s coaching skills have helped me find clarity, set goals with a clear plan to achieve them and crucially built confidence in myself.
The A – Z of Adelaide…No CommentsRead more
…Or perhaps just A!
During early lockdown, when we were all trying to find the new normal, I joined the many on facebook taking part in random time wasters, for example the ‘10 albums which defined my taste in music’ or asking friends for a word to describe me using the letter A.
These exercises allowed a certain amount of frivolity, but also gave course to introspection. Whilst I was described as ‘Amazing’, ‘Adorable’, ‘Awesome’, ‘Alluring’, ‘Amicable’ (words which will describe any human) and gratifyingly not angry or antagonistic (which at certain times I’m sure I can be with my family), a few of these adjectives got me thinking. Some friends had found words which I hadn’t considered.
Engaging your EmployeesNo CommentsRead more
The changes in March to May 2020 are unprecedented – many companies had to organise a 100% remote workforce in days. Whilst the recent government updates suggests a return to the workplace for some, the new normal will be very different, for an elongated period and working from home will remain part of our lives.
The majority of employees worldwide have adjusted to a new way of working during COVID-19, yet leaders are being faced with supporting employees through a pandemic never seen in our lifetimes.
Working From HomeNo CommentsRead more
Guide to Working From Home
In light of recent government advice COVID-19 continues as a threat to the nation. Although ‘lockdown’ meant a shift to compulsory working from home for a period, this is likely to be elongated.
You may be self isolating, however you may have flat mates or perhaps partners, kids and animals to keep you company. This article is meant to share some tips which you might find useful to support you, your team and the households working from home scenario.
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