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11

Sep

Disability in HE: building on recent bre...



Remote working, asynchronous timetables, a reduction in presenteeism – developments that disabled academics have spent...

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12

Aug

What makes a person effective in an inte...



Your international experience is undoubtedly a benefit for your next employer. Our article on cultural intelligence gi...

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9

Jul

Disability and neurodiversity in HE: how...



Ivory towers, steep career ladders: it’s revealing that concepts associated with academia as a profession often carry ...

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11

Jun

Fault lines and conflict in virtual team...



Diverse teams undoubtedly perform better, but virtual working can increase the risk of ‘fault lines’ and conflicts. Read more

4

Jun

Is science all that matters? The importa...



Policy to counter COVID-19 sits between science and politics, so we need humanities as well as scientific research to ...

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21

May

Productivity during lockdown, how recogn...


Turns out this is the worst possible advice in any crisis. Thankfully the UK Government did not actually use this pos...

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29

Apr

Persuading people to change


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23

Apr

Taking your teaching online: what your s...



A shift towards the use of digital learning spaces has been underway for some time, but the coronavirus crisis has cat...

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26

Mar

Three qualities needed for navigating to...



The shocking scale and speed of change in recent days has been unlike anything most of us have ever known before. I’m ...

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19

Mar

Remote working and trust



Many of our university clients, and our wider audience of academics and researchers, have been catapulted into remote ...

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