WIHL – “We can do better – a case for positive discrimination in the workplace” – Colby Benari

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“We can do better – a case for positive discrimination in the workplace” By Colby Benari  Colby Benari Like many women, I started calling myself as a feminist in university. I started realising that sexual harassment is real even if others do not recognise that harassment happens. I started experiencing […]

Reflective practice – the leadership ‘superpower’ – Catherine Afolabi

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Reflective practice – the leadership ‘superpower’ Catherine Afolabi Catherine Afolabi I take my seat, in a meeting room with thirty-odd clinical and non-clinical executives already arrayed around the table.  It’s a warm afternoon in a dark panelled room. I begin to present my report on a situation, which I believe […]

Why is staffing still a problem in the NHS? Lack of flexibility may be the answer – Dena El-Sawy, Emma Cox, Lord Archibald Kirkwood of Kirkhope, Johann Malawana

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Why is staffing still a problem in the NHS? Lack of flexibility may be the answer By Dena El-Sawy, Emma Cox, Lord Archibald Kirkwood of Kirkhope, Johann Malawana   The outlook for NHS staffing is currently bleak: three quarters of medical specialties face a shortage of doctors; only half of foundation […]