Are you listening?24th July 2019
By Rick Borges Head of Assessment, Banking Standards Board I recently attended a leadership training course where one of the exercises was about listening. I had to listen to a colleague talking about an issue for 20 minutes with no interruption, maintain eye contact the whole time, demonstrate engagement through my body language and absorb […]Read More ->
Whistleblowing: new regulations, new contexts, same old?24th June 2019
How can we better support whistleblowers and protect them from victimisation? Will new regulations change what we can hope for? These were the themes of the CREW ( Centre for Research on Employment and Work) seminar: ‘Whistleblowing: new regulations, new contexts, same old?’ held at the University of Greenwich. However good the law or company […]Read More ->
Stronger whistleblowing culture can help repair third sector public trust and confidence13th June 2019
This week the Charity Commission published its report into the Oxfam scandal and severely criticised Oxfam for the way it dealt with claims of serious sexual misconduct by its staff in Haiti. The commission said there was a “culture of poor behaviour” at the charity, and issued it with an official warning over its “mismanagement”. […]Read More ->
RT @wikileaks: URGENT: Sweden Drops Investigation of Julian Assange.
Police probe death of a Mason Djemat, 3, at crisis-hit NHS hospital in Glasgow https://t.co/fmgCQWajhE