February 11th 2014
Trust – Interview with Veronica Hope Hailey
Following the publication of our research report on trust, Veronica Hope Hailey (Dean, School of Management and Chair in Management Studies at Bath University School of Management) identifies the key drivers of trustworthiness and discusses whether today’s organisations are all facing the same challenge on trust, or are they all at different stages.
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December 3rd 2018
Progress - Issue 6: What makes an effective, high-performing team?
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February 11th 2014
Trust - Interview with Hon David Blunkett MP
The Rt. Hon David Blunkett MP discusses the areas of leadership, communication and risk and identifies their role in changing the culture and outward-facing profile of organisations in building public trust.Watch Video
February 6th 2013
Employee Development & Engagement, Geoff Bird
A glance into what neuroscience can tell us about adult learning and how we can utilise this knowledge in practice.View Presentation
February 4th 2015
What is employee engagement & does it matter?
Written by Professor Rob Briner, from the University of Bath's School of Management, the purpose of this paper is to stimulate deeper and more critical thinking about employee engagement from an evidence-based practice perspective.Read Event Document
January 27th 2014
Our research report on Trust examines how organisations manage trust conundrums and dilemmas in the ‘real’ world. It seeks to identify what leaders and the HR function can do to resolve seemingly irreconcilable tensions and foster engagement.View Research