The Value of Values

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by Judit McAlley (UK) The Oxford Language dictionary defines values as: ‘principles or standards of behaviour; one's judgement of what is important in life.’ Based on our values we decide what is right and what is wrong. They are the basis of how we act in various situations. And

Creating Teamwork and Trust

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As part of our programme ‘Intelligent Thingking, Intelligent Action’ in Private Banking by Maria Biquet (Greece) In my previous article I shared our experience with our programme INTELLIGENT THINKING INTELLIGENT ACTION in Private Banking. The purpose of the programme was to bring Energy, Innovation and Action to the team

Unconscious Bias Blocking Career Success

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by Chris Delaney (UK) The biggest barrier to professional success is the job interview. During the job interview, an interviewee must highlight how they meet the job criteria as well as overcoming the employer’s unconscious biases. A structured job interview is an analytical process to determine a candidate's potential