Entries by Carol Pocklington

What We’ve Learned From Bad Actors

As the debate around extreme vetting heightens in the US, the discussion is shifting from border controls to hiring practices. Many businesses are looking to improve their service offering through requiring hiring agents to identify, in advance, behaviors that could potentially bring down an organization. There have been too many examples over the years of […]

Do Your Board Members Play Well With Others?

A board of directors is a body of elected or appointed members who jointly oversee the activities of a corporation or organization. Source: Wikipedia According to surveys commissioned by the UK Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR), the most common topics of Boardroom disputes are: 40.3% Financial, structural or procedural workings of the organization 38.4% […]

When Talking Trump Is Not Productive

Whether you are talking to your financial advisor, doctor, therapist, friend, partner or in line at the supermarket, somewhere the conversation will turn to President Trump. Coping with significant change is difficult for most people. Then add a sense of disappointment in outcomes, and people feel unsettled. When organizations make changes, the conversation around the […]