Women in Leadership | 30.4.20 

Women in Leadership | 30.4.20  We have all heard of the “Glass ceiling“; a metaphor for the hard-to-see informal barriers that keep women from getting promotions, pay raises, and further opportunities. Whilst thankfully we have dramatically moved the dial on this over the past decades, there is still a concerning disparity between men and women in the workplace, […]

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Sheridan Resolutions Monthly Newsletter

Welcome to Sheridan Resolutions Monthly Newsletter! Whilst some things haven’t changed, as we all continue to look at the same four walls in lock down, we have been extremely busy here at Sheridan Resolutions. We have a new look logo, as you can see above, which we think encapsulates the vibrancy and adaptability of our organisation, just like the hummingbird.

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How to avoid conflict in the workplace

How to avoid conflict in the workplace | 31/03/20 According to research carried out by personality assessment consultancy OPP in conjunction with the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development, 85% of employees will have to deal with conflict in the workplace at some point. Even though we are now all currently working remotely, conflict can […]

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Sheridan Resolutions Monthly Newsletter – April 2020

Welcome to our new look monthly newsletter! As Sheridan Resolutions continues to grow, our aim is to provide you with just some of our top stories and news so you can get a sense of what we up to and the value we can offer to you, your people and your business. We are now working across the globe, in Europe, USA, Asia Pacific and Australia utilising our broad and diverse global faculty of highly qualified consultants.

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New Sheridan Whitepaper on Coaching through Change!

We recently held the latest event in our Sheridan Breakfast Series, “Coaching through Change”. The findings of this breakfast are shared here. We also wanted to share some of our own work in this area for a growing number of international clients. And we were especially keen to listen closely to the experiences of breakfast guests using executive coaches during times of change.

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Having Meaningful Conversations in the Workplace

Having Meaningful Conversations in the Workplace| 12.2.20 Effective communication results in minimising potential misunderstanding, creates unity as everyone is aligned or clear on the views or aims of another individual or company. An effective communicator understands their audience, chooses an appropriate communication channel, hones their message to this channel and encodes the message to reduce […]

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