Welcome to the
latest edition of the PSD HR InFocus, in which we offer a number of very
interesting pieces focusing on engagement, diversity and leadership.
Michelle Crosby Ph.D. a leading organisational psychologist with over
25 years of practical experience in human resources, has contributed an
extremely thought provoking piece on staff engagement.
article about how neurodiversity should be informing our diversity and inclusion
agenda provides some fascinating reading and given PSD's recent success in
maintaining its prestigious Investors in People Gold Award, we are very pleased
to include a contribution from IIP Assessor and Specialist Bruce MacRae.
PSD's HR practice recruits board, management and executive professionals for
Human Resources roles globally. Our objective is to build long standing and
successful partnerships with our clients and candidates.
When you walk
through the doors of a business establishment of any kind you get a feeling, a
vibe, from the people who work there. Are they happy to be there? Excited?
Switched on? Energized? Genuine in their interactions with you and each other?
Or are they the opposite? Think about how that difference makes you – the
customer – feel. Now think about your own business through this same lens –
how do your employees, and your customers, feel?
Why working with
the Investors in People Standard provides the people management tools to help
organisations strive to be industry leaders.
you probably know, Directors and Partners in big-4 consultancies don’t have
dyslexia. I must have caught mine from my children, I’m sure that must be the
case. I certainly can’t have had it during education – none of my teachers
mentioned it, although it would explain the rather bumpy ride I had at