Every company Falcon Brook works with wants to increase diversity, equity and inclusion. Our clients are committed to change and believe greater representation can make true impact. Achieving a better employee balance is difficult. This October, we are marking Black...
Nuclear fusion has the potential to provide almost endless clean fuel and the potential for new types of innovation. Its practical application continues to be elusive though there are signs that the first reactor – ITER – may be close to delivering viable power.
The announcement by the International Energy Association that coal, gas and oil production must stop now to hit the net zero target by 2050 is a stark reminder that setting ambitious targets is the easy part of decarbonising energy. There is strong appetite for...
The evidence of the power of female leadership is inescapable, but is it possible for one or even two women on a board to make a real difference? Novera Khan, Uniper’s award-winning Chief Risk Officer, believes that once women are in the right conversations, they can drive change, even if they remain in the minority.
What are the fundamental leadership behaviours that can effect change and influence culture to put diversity and inclusion at the heart of a business? Kamel Hothi OBE, one of the UK’s most influential BAME leaders, shares her unique perspective.
A compassionate recruitment process helps selected employees feel empowered and supported and speaks positively of an organisation’s conduct, which will impact on the future attraction and retention of talent.
Working for larger, established businesses is often an important career staging post. However, the blueprint for senior career development has been changing steadily and smaller entrepreneurial and start-up businesses increasingly appeal.
Business development in the current climate has presented shared challenges among our community who are faced with recreating origination in a virtual world. We asked the question: ‘has origination got even harder, and what can individuals and teams do to innovate and maintain momentum?’
This very personal account helps us to understand the challenges faced in the workplace as a result of racial discrimination and a lack of diversity. Here are five thoughts on how to begin to make that change.
Closing a week spent considering my own personal role and responsibility in fighting against racism, World Environment Day last Friday was a reminder that combatting behaviours and factors that pollute and destroy the environment is also my responsibility.
Over the past few months, almost every business in the world has had to adjust their strategy and way of working to address the significant challenges presented by the current global pandemic.
As organisations transition into the “new normal” one of the topics on all HR agendas is annual leave.
The level of interest from our network wanting to discuss career options during the pandemic has come as a surprise.
Many will be surprised by the level of ongoing recruitment during Covid-19 lockdown. Businesses are continuing to plan ahead and are actively thinking about the senior skill-sets they need to strengthen their teams.
Senior directors and CEOs have spoken of how the prime minister’s diagnosis made them take stock and reflect on their own vulnerability as human beings.