Guest Blog Series: Q & A with Peter Haigh, MD of Bristol Energy
Peter Haigh is the MD of Bristol Energy, an energy company set up by Bristol City Council with an ethos built on values of fairness and equality. Bristol Energy has a ‘Social Good Mission’ which sets it apart from other energy companies by making sure any profit it accumulates is poured straight back into the […]
Are Employee Owned Businesses the Key to Tackling Britain’s Productivity Problem?
As a newly appointed Prime Minister, Theresa May has made many recommendations for change, highlighting where Britain’s weaknesses lie. Amongst these is the talk of social reform and the need to create a country that ‘works for everyone, rather than a privileged few’, along with the need to tackle a waning level of productivity in […]
People Lab land in Brighton!
I was recently interviewed by the Financial Times (article to appear next week!) for an article they are due to publish on motivation and productivity during the summer slump. From my perspective, I don’t really see there being much of a ‘slump’ any more (but for times which are quieter read my tips to keep […]
Guest Blog Series: Brexit and its Local Impact By David Forman – HR Adviser, Aberdeen City Council
For those of us who have a fascination for the machinations of all things political, the EU referendum is almost certainly the single most important political event for the UK of this and the next generation. With the dust still rising, it’s not really going to start to settle until the UK’s new trading relationship […]